I loved my co-workers and customers.It was more so the management style in our department and the occurence policies.The job/home life was not balanced. There was no leniency even if you had paperwork on a chronic illness. I did enjoy the workplace culture of spreads, ice cream trucks, toy drives and giving back. I believe the room to grow from ICS was difficult to get away from. I was a top performer and wrote a training manual for a top client and there was no appreciation or acknowledgement. I was promised an advancement in the next promotion and went out for it and was declined again. It was time to look outside the company especially after all of the OT, meetings, covering for other people, training of new hires and new team leads. My work was not being appreciated, and I had done more than expected even by taking classes. i decided to leave for a company paying 20K more.
short breaks, not so great managers