Since new leadership has taken over at the begining of 2015, there has been a dramatic shift in priorities, culture, and how the organization treats their best assets (the people). Even low or entry level employees used to have at least monthly interaction with the executive team, now the only time we see them is when they are announcing a "reorganization".
Leadership has put people into roles they are either not ready for, or they have little-to-no understanding of what they are supposed to be overseeing. Or, and even worse in my opinion, they put someone in a role and expect them to excel in not only the new role, but their old job too. It kind of hard to learn a new job when you are still doing your old one.
They do not prioritize backfilling positions, or they fill a position with someone who has little to no experience in what is required for the new role. For example, juse because someone is good at sales doesn't mean they will be good at training, IT, operations or recruiting. Or someone gets a new role because they are a manager's favorite, and not because they have the skill set to meet the expectations of the role.
Although I used to love the challenege of taking on more responsibility, I am now seen as someone with limiteless ability to take on more and more. Even with more than 100% of my time allocated, I am still asked to take on more than I can handle. I cannot do my best when I am being pulled in 100 different directions.
I feel that my time and opionion is not valued. I'm told I am a suject matter expert, and am asked (not as often as I used to be) for my expertise. When I give it, it is ignored anyway.