The company is still on the newer side. But after being in business for approximately 3 years now, you would think they would have it a little more together! Immediate management and upper management say they care about you but actions speak louder than words. The bottom line is how few people can they get to do about 4 different positions so that they make money. It is about the almighty dollar at this company. Employees are worked and worked and worked. You are, however, surrounded by immediate peers facing the same things you are. That part was always refreshing. Your peers willing to help at anytime was a great feeling. Upper management asking you for your feedback, opinions, etc.-complete waste of time. They sound great but most decisions made in this company have nothing to do with their employees-whom at the end of the day-make them their money!! Your day consisted of listening to residents complain to no end about someone else...it was never ending. I learned a lot and met some phenomenal people. However, I did not realize exactly how stressed I was until I left the company.
Learning something new working with a start up company
Micro-management, endless hours, contstant workflow changes