not enough supervisory or people training
Lead Generation Specialist (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 28, 2013
I was good at what I did, but was targeted and felt discriminated by the 28 year old junior analysis-supervisor who gave preferential treatment to the 23 year old girl who was added to the department, to the extent that my work performance started to slip and I eventually had an emotional lapse. My typical day started at 6am and for two hours worked on developing a tracker, which I took upon myself since management was not teaching me as promised. From 8am to 4pm I made calls to generate work for the company & search dead accounts for new contact information. The hardest part of working at Ace was the targeting, but the most enjoyable was working on the tracker & doing research. For the most part everyone was nice to work with. However, if they are going to put someone in a supervisory or management position they need to have extensive people training skills so they know how to manage properly and think with the correct head, like the one on their shoulders.