Your typical day consists of at least 100 cold calls to real estate agents, a group that is particularly resistant to what you have to say. Don't worry about keeping track, the system monitors everything and management listens in just to be sure - and critiques your call style loudly and publicly, just to make sure your co-workers know all about it, too. In addition, a flood of emails hit your in-box every hour, broadcasting a dizzying assortment of sudden product changes, sudden program changes, berating the team for not selling enough, comparing your sales to everyone else's sales, tooting the horn for every sale, and on and on. Relentless pressure to sell, relentless pressure to rah rah the company, relentless pressure to pit you against your co-workers, relentless pressure to convice you to drink the kool-aid and be just as brain-washed. There's a real disconnect between what management says they are, ie., a visionary hi-tech company, and how they behave, ie., club swingers from the stone age.
favoritism, an insistence that this is just the way it's done