At first, I was energized and excited to begin at CS with the promise of an “open door” policy where new, fresh ideas were welcomed and creativity was encouraged. I quickly learned this was not the case, and the company viewed anyone who had new ideas and actually voiced them as someone who needed to be shut up, kept out of meetings, and given very little guidance and information. My training was nonexistent, and support from management held at a steady zero, despite voicing my option to multiple managers and even taking issues to HR. While I think CS could be a great company, especially with the talent under management, until they turn the tides and learn to listen and improve, things will continue in the current trend of losing employees and having current ones at low points of morale.
Answered - Marketing (Former Employee) - PA
I had to watch everything I did no matter how small it was thought to be in fear of backlash. Not able to focus on my job. Low morale and management treating with constant disrespect.
Answered - Production (Former Employee) - Fort Valley, GA