Challenging organizational culture - management issues
Clerical Support (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 2, 2018
The organizational culture does not support advancement for lower level employees unless they have "connections", i.e., are related to/friends with someone in upper management or administration. Nepotism is rampant. Educational/experience requirements for certain administrative positions are not enforced for certain applicants or administrators. For example, one applicant may be required to have a Bachelor's degree or higher, while another applicant will not be based on who they are connected or related to. Policies are in place for protections against harassment/hostile environments but they are not adhered to by HR. On the positive side, employee compensation and benefits are very good. However, the organization is "top heavy" with the majority of compensation being paid to administrators. Several administrators retire only to return a couple of months later, working in their same position. The level of advancement for lower level employees is not very high particularly if they are not "connected".
Challenging tasks, compensation and benefits
Nepotism/favoritism, poor management