Urology Care is exhausting
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – March 30, 2018
They tout how great their leadership is publicly to themselves and how they strive for it. If striving for great leadership is measured by firing your executive leaders and replacing them in annual intervals, then according to their constant preaching to us they are great.
Other companies I have worked for define leadership not by the king in charge, but by making quick good decisions, defining company direction, supporting employees, mutual respect, giving praise, motivating the teams and developing managers vs. canning them.
Here's the reality of doing the opposite of what I list and have experienced above; new direction, new quotas, new plans, new compensation, and all from new leaders that arrive annually with little or no experience in the company and the business.
It's an exhausting place to work, a treadmill that no one can stay on, with little quality of life, nor career growth potential.
Too many too list - thow in no new products in 5 years