How you are treated during the hiring process is a major indicator of how you would be treated as an employee. After you’ve started a discussion with
Server (Former Employee) – Duck Key, FL – March 10, 2018
Yes, the interview went well. Yes, the person conducting it seemed sane and rational. But now that you’ve dropped anchor, you can get acquainted with the initially well-concealed but ultimately painful reality that you’re working for a bad employer.
A high turnover rate, a staff that complains nonstop, and bouncing paychecks are all signs that even the novice will spot. But what are some of the more obscure ones?
Horrible management, interns from foreign countries, co-workers bussed in from Homestead whose importance is "Can I get to the bus on time?"
Salary, co workers, management