Pros: decent pay, yearly bonus, work hours flexible, trained by the best hardworking ghana women in the department became best of friends.
Cons: diverse co workers has more rights, expects others to earn their paychecks, experience & education does not matter, its who you know in the company if you get a job or not..
Very disappointed (Supply Chain Tech) ... DON'T DRIVE A TOW MOTOR, FIRST PERSON YOU HIT EVEN IF ITS NOT YOUR FAULT YOUR GONE... EXCEPT YOUR DIVERSE CO WORKERS , THEY DO NO WRONG AND THEY STILL REMAIN TO HAVE JOBS .... If your a good worker & do your job and want to transfer, supervisors and management make your life miserable. they determine ( if your in the click) and decide who gets to transfer TRANSFERRING , IS OUT OF THE QUESTION... They do what they can to get you out of there even LIE, write
false write ups.. (DIRTY) . your diverse coworkers runs the department , just because they come to work everyday don't actually mean they earned that pay check honestly.... You have gate keepers (supervisors & management who cover up, hide constant problematic problems...nor care if the job is done right... I HAVE NO PROBLEM S WITH DIVERSE OR DIFFERENT CULTURES IN THE WORK PLACE
HOWEVER I AM NOT THERE TO EARN THEIR PAY CHECK SO THEY CAN SIT AND WATCH ME DO THEIR JOB FOR THEM ...
VERY UN FAIR WORKING CONDITIONS ...WHAT HAPPEN TO EQUAL EMPLOYEE OPPORTUNITIES. ? TIMES ARE CHANGING , AND WE THE AMERICANS HAVE NONE... DISCRIMINATION DOES EXIST IN THE WORK PLACE IN OUR OWN COUNTRY.