Poor leadership and work/life balance
Senior Analyst (Current Employee) – Texas – August 20, 2018
A typical day at the office varies on a daily basis. They can change your job function whenever they choose and they do not offer a reasoning behind it. I have not really learned anything new except for their policy and procedures. If you are not a favorite for management, then you are left to fend for yourself. Management follows whatever rules they choose. The culture is very low. Leadership and lower management cannot give you straight answers on why somethings are done the way they are. They ask for your opinions on process improvement and ways to make the company better, but the opinions are not taken into account and are overlooked on a daily/weekly/monthly basis. They set unrealistic expectations on the employees that are not favorites and then wonder why we do not reach them. They state that we all work as a team, but you very rarely see a team lead or manager jump in to help out on special projects. They state that they only hire people with some mortgage experience, but that is not true. Vast majority of employees do not have experience but are ranked above the individuals that do. Leadership/management wonders why morale is so low, but when they ask us why they do not want to fully listen or take our advise into consideration.
Own cube space, multiple monitors to work off of, not a lot of pros
High stress level, poor communication, management doesn't want you to interact with others