This is a huge company, so I'm sure it depends on where you work... but I held a few different positions at corporate (Stinson) and it is a joke. People tend to be in management positions here because they've been with the company a long time, not because they are good at it. Even some system level directors and VPs. The most important thing to them is whether you are in your seat, not the quality of work you do. They are obsessed with controlling their employees, not developing their talents or recognizing valuable contributions. I have seen MANY intelligent, competent, valuable employees leave because they are treated so poorly. I think the incompetent management is threatened by such people and are happy to have only "yes men" working for them. Fairview corporate has so much potential but it is ruined by insecure leadership.
Departments here are constantly being restructured and moved around to different management, whether that person is qualified to run the team or not. Seems like this happens at least once a year. It becomes comical after a while.
If you bring any concerns to HR about the management, they are no help at all and completely inconsistent. They could care less if employees are unhappy or want to leave or are being treated unfairly.
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