Bullying Management, No Work/Life Balance
Manager (Former Employee) – Superior, CO – August 26, 2014
Employees are given an unreasonable workload, amounting to likely 12 hour days and criticized when it is not completed, expected to work at least 10 hour days and criticized for not catching up on weekends.
The compensation and benefits do not create an incentive to work the unreasonable work load expected.
There are several bullies in key management positions and they are not effective or kind, in fact they come off as incredibly insincere. Many employees, including myself, have been subjected to inappropriate rants from a VP.
From experience I would highly recommend not accepting a role here or even believing the job postings about how wonderful the company is, or how wonderful the work/life balance is, because it is absolutely not.
Miles has a very high turnover rate - a good example of the conditions not being right.
To be fair, there are a lot of good people at this company, but the management style and imposed work load outweighs anything good it has to offer.