Bankrupt company with no direction
Legal (Former Employee) – Arizona – April 6, 2018
Management at Ditech is non-existent except to micromanage your every move. Ditech does not want your talent, they want a body in a cubicle. Company policies and procedures shift and drastically change on a daily basis. This might not be so bad, except that each of these changes show the lack of clear direction and management that Ditech has, from the top executives down to the immediate managers/supervisors. Your entire job description can, and will change, each morning when you get to work. Ditech filed for bankruptcy in 2017, and the chaos it created shows. Each policy change makes it more difficult for you to do the job they ask you to do. You’re given Paid Time Off, but are not allowed to take it. They offer health benefits, but they are some of the most expensive options available in the market, with very little coverage. They lie when they hire you, and tell you there are more options for health coverage to choose from, when there are not. Fellow employees are encouraged to spy on one another for infractions of the ever-changing department policies. The first employee to find minor mistakes, or to rat someone out, wins the favor of the managers. It’s a toxic environment in which to work, even for the most proficient and able worker bee.
Pay, benefits, work environment, company morale