Good Company, bad lower management
Senior Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – October 4, 2015
She was great VP, I ever worked with.
Start in the morning with free coffee, tea, open door policy.
Relatively good pay, good benefits, flexible time.
A lot of work, old applications falling apart, with hundreds error /exception emails raining every day. My jaw dropped, when I saw, commenting out the exception was the fix.
Director/manager lever management is strongly stuck with their or their buddies personal agenda, . Maybe my bad luck, but it was almost toxic and unbearable. If you are a professional with industry standards, work ethic, it is a serious problem. My observations are limited to two remote directors I worked with one in Chicago, one in New Jersey. I heard there are better teams.
eventually I quitted and moved to an other job.
I was not the only one , before four people quitted in a very short time. They were all good, hard working, good ethics people, they left.
Very high turnover.
Some uneducated, premature lower management.