Indecisive Upper Management
Manager (Current Employee) – Portsmouth, OH – September 13, 2015
Coworkers are fantastic, pay is wonderful for the area, job is only as hard as you make it. However, you are asked to do one thing and then in the next sentence, asked why you did that and told to do the exact opposite. The upper management tends to talk out of both sides of their mouths. Running both sides of the business (sales and credit) isn't a difficult task but the way they want you to do it and the contradictory ways they tell you to do it makes it difficult to be certain that you're doing the right thing. They get upset about the least small thing and feel that their employees are expendable. The time requirements do not allow much time at home, especially for the managers. They are not very willing to work with the managers to give them the opportunity/perk of being the manager and being able to take advantage of salary pay by being able to be home at an earlier time. Instead, managers are expected to stay there from before open to after close every day and a lot of times on their supposed day off. The benefits are great and the employee purchase/discounts are awesome. It's just difficult to be happy with the rest.
Performance incentives, benefits, 401k, employee discounts/purchases, coworker relationships, pay
Relationships with upper management, contradictory expectations/directions