Work was fine, it was the culture and management that was bad.
You shouldn't have to fear your manager, but if you made a mistake without catching it, you're pretty much held prisoner for a good 30 minutes on why it's wrong. The impression and tone they give was just poorly skilled.
My co workers were all female and already built a clique around themselves. Eating together, talking together, helping each other out.
I worked there for 8 months and not one of them would say hello or good morning even if I said it to them first. Felt like high school all over again. They even had middle management in their group and guess who were the first 2 to get promoted working 6 months in.
Since i knew that middle management wasn't going to help me with my job advancement, I applied to 4 other positions. I even got to the famed 3rd interview in two of those, but it wasn't meant to be. Favoritism rears its ugly head yet again.
In the end, I was laid off because my margin of error for the month was 3.3% and the monthly goal was 3%
I could have fought to stay on but seeing how being on target 96.7% of the time is not the same as 97%
Favoritism, Cliques, Zero support from management