It is all about profit over people (esp. employees)
Solar Site Surveyor (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 19, 2015
The bean counters rule at Solar City. I acknowledge a business needs to keep an eye on the bottom line, and this depends on the quality of your product and service, as well as the productivity, quality, loyalty of your labor force; However, restructuring (i.e., firing people in production when sales do not meet production,..) or constantly shifting people around, laying off, then hiring new people, instead of promoting from within, and/or being transparent and working with the people you have to bring everyone up to speed makes more sense to me. Solar City does not walk it's talk~ yes I am a disgruntled former employee, who gave this company 6 very long days per week for about 5 months, and then was laid off when sales projections did not meet goals.
well financed, profitable, growth mode
profit seems to outweight people