Pros: the lack of communication from leadership, makes for tons of idle time, and no one is really watching you.
Cons: the lack of communication from leadership, makes for tons of idle time, whatever task is assigned, is already past due.
My review is focused on InComm's IT and the departments that interact with IT. There's nothing typical about working at InComm. One day can be busy and productive and the next day will be a 180 degree turnaround that sucks the life right out of you. InComm's biggest problem is a lack of strategic initiative and direction. IT is the life's blood of InComm, – more... yet IT is under-invested, so poorly managed that it's laughable and there is no end in sight. I began to wonder if it was managed that way on purpose so the highest levels of management could wring money out of it until it collapsed. No one, and I mean NOT ONE VP in IT supports best practices. Insane amounts of money are spent purchasing enterprise software applications, but NO MONEY is available for setup, training, etc... Results are products that instantly get labeled as junk, then the app is abandoned. Best part, is the VP that lead the initiative blames everyone else as they dance in the direction of another "project". Rinse and repeat, over and over and over... Bonuses are paid to Director levels and higher. A company that processes prepaid product transactions that WILL NOT give a single employee a gift card during the holidays!?!? Unbelievable right? Bizarre at best and tragically true. Executive leadership is simply stated, out of touch with reality and they don't bother to talk about their plans for their areas. Results are employees that are blindsided with projects, half-baked initiatives, fix-it yesterday and layoffs that seemingly pop up out of nowhere. Sad part is those who don't lose their jobs, think they're somehow protected. Silly thinking you're protected employee, the laid off employees left work behind - guess where it's going? Bingo! to you, now get it done yesterday and don't complain about how you don't know how to do it... – less