SMSC has been around for over 20 years, but they operate as if they are a new company stumbling as they go. It is poorly managed where new ideas are percieved as threats to those who have been there the longest. As another employee stated, there is no training. Nor is there structure in place (management systems) to set employees up for success, such as communicated expectations, standard operating procedures, or consistency. The process for learning procedures and expectations is through email telling you how you failed. Ironically, many times it is not your doing, but the blame is yours. This can be a good job if you demand to know the performance expectations up front, get training before the first site visit (even basics such as how to complete the service database), and understand the level of competence with most of the administrative support is lacking. Unfortunately, anticipate the deep end with little to no help from the supervisor, who also does not appreciate change.
Exposure to various industries, helping the clients build successful safety programs.
Poor management, very poor health benefits, no structure, poor pay, poor expense reimbursement, poor guidance, no training, continuous impovement not accepted.