Job Culture is an ironically hypocritical term abused in this society we've crafted and it is NOT just for the customers you serve, but the management in which you work under.
The concept of this company is one of a kind. It is a great place to work and your co workers and neighbors around you are great people.
HOWEVER, IF you're not minding having a your assigned new-hire and departmental middle management structure be hyperfocused on micromanagement, who live by, and carry the spirit of the "At-will" employment problem in this state of colorado, and who will remind you you're on a probation period on a daily basis within the 90 days, then this is the place for you.
Pulte Mortgage is plagued with miserable, unethical people running this company in their origination and processing departments, as they have a "culture" of firing people with no warning, no chances, not willing to give someone a fair shot at a "probation period" of 90 days to prove themselves. They will lie through their teeth to get you out of there if they don't like you and try to politely use phrases like "you're just not a 'fit' here".. when in fact they can't come up with a proper, truthful reason why the don't WANT you to work there. These are people that are so desperate to throw their weight around to try to impress the senior management, they will fire people for unfounded reasons to make themselves look better. These people are so myopic within their bubble, they can't understand the reality of other people trying to survive in this turbulent corporate job economy we have
Anyone who engages in this activity of impulse firing people without truely providing the employees a FAIR chance to work out struggles and challenges of the job in a reasonable time frame, ARE despicable people... *If you're reading this, AND you've been directly responsible for firing someone who truely did not want to be moved on, who pleaded for a chance, or a retribution and was committed to their jobs - and you did NOT give them a chance- then you deserve every word of this criticism.
I'm saying this because I've watched this happen numerous times by a particular few managers who need to be fired themselves to understand WHAT it's like to do that to someone who truely didn't want to be out of a job.
IN order for this the englewood colorado head quarters of the mortgage operations to be a better place, they need to clean house of the people who'd been there for 5-10 years who are in any kind of a management position, and this would cleanse the environment of entitled, power hungry, miserable managers from imposing their biased, entitled, unhappy dispositions on the people who are struggling and striving to develop their careers, and maintain their stability in this rediculous job economy we have here.
Until you've lived through instability and survival -wondering how you're going to pay your bills due at the end of the month - you will NEVER know how hard life is. Every single person NEEDs to go through that to gain humility and compassion for other people.
So until a specific few new hire managers and departmental heads resign, or get fired, this place will be a shortterm revolving door of an environment. And this goes for almost any company that has people in charge of production based environments.