Company was a terrible place to work with high employee turnover,demotivating leadership and a bunch of unhappy people. The Senior owners ' Quadfecta' are/were tone deaf and don't know the first thing about customer engagement,revenue creation, innovative salesmanship, and the power of interpersonal skills and empathy.For a company in the business for providing care and comfort to the elderly and disabled--the culture has zero empathetic ethos and regard for their most valuable resource--human capital( i.e. employees).I witnessed countless incredibly smart,hardworking and talented executives walk out or get pushed out the door due to a management that was too involved with optics and design graphics instead of retention of their best people/ employees.Their model is,was, so flawed that they 'pivoted' to be a software enabler with agencies previously known as their competitor. After being informed innumerable times that the non-medical home care market was deeply entrenched and that their USP was not distinctive enough to capture any sense of market share--they simply ignored the insights and clear-eyed assessments of their staff. Ultimately, the 'emperor had no clothes' and HONOR pivoted to an operations enabler. I never worked for a company that was more arrogant and lacking in the fluency of employee handling, common courtesy and civility..
Poor 'Ivory Tower' leadership