Great team members, poor leadership
HR (Former Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – July 11, 2017
Your teammates are great, caring people, who will do just about anything to help you. The work load itself goes from near nothing to unrealistic back to near nothing.
Leadership tells the employees how open they are about changes and accepting feedback/accountability but the reality is very different. Those that express their opinions or expect a leader to do their job, meet deadlines, coach the team, are typically fired.
Most of the leaders are intimidated by employees that want to learn, grow, and advance who ask questions and encourage process improvements or individual accountability.
The communication in most areas of leadership is beyond lax but then the employees are lectured and belittled for not over communicating all of their actions.
Flexible schedules, great teammates, company parties, small gifts for special events, very affordable benefits with good coverage
Leadership, micro management, inconsistent management, poor communication, high sales goals, little to no coaching or employee development, minimal opportunity to advance