You start your day thinking about what you did the day before, and what you are doing that day and share them in a daily stand-up meeting at 9 am. Then you spend the rest of day doing your work and communicate with your boss or co-workers if you are stuck and need help.
Chaos, led by the poorest management team I've ever dealt with. Nepotism is high. I suppose that's what happens when the CEO has a fraud conviction.
Quite chaotic. Conflicting directives, miscommunication, massive disarray, poor leadership and worse management.
Receiving conflicting directives and dealing with attorneys looking for payments.
Making phone calls and processing applications
Slave work long hours and up to 3 plus hours away from home all work is far north!