I took this job expecting Goodwill of all places to have a positive outlook on employee relations and would do everything necessary to support their workers. Working on the management end, this was far from the case. Trying to get problems solved, getting employees access to necessary materials, developing a genuine team environment, and just generally being there to help others went directly against what I was expected to do. It was militaristic. I was to follow policy to the letter, even if it meant providing poor customer service and pushing good employees out the door, and do it without question. I worked in the eastern most region, and despite being the last of my management team who tried to uphold their "P.R.I.D.E." values (Pursuit of excellence, Respect for individuals, Integrity, etc), I eventually couldn't keep it up alone in an atmosphere where upper management's default attitude was "If you don't like it, Walmart's always hiring." And that's not getting into how they use their "clients" (people with disabilities) as golden calf marketing tools while giving bear minimum effort to assist general employees.
Ok compensation for the actual work involved
Poor upper management, poor HR quality, bad communication, no guidance, zero flexibility in work schedule