Living proof the Peter Principle exhists
Nurse (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 16, 2019
Those in management positions lack the fundamental knowledge to do their jobs. Rather than being true leaders, they play the game of pass the buck and pass the blame which results in poor scores during State, Federal and National audits. Requests for training go unanswered. Managers have poor communication skills and rarely respond to calls and emails. At one point, an otherwise sweet and hard working employee was pushed to their limit and threatened to do harm to their manager and director. This is a symptom of a condition that runs throughout the organization. Work place bullying among managers and "leads" runs unchecked. The organization is hemorrhaging staff but is to ignorant and arrogant to care. Because staff are quitting at what should be alarming rates, those remaining are assigned the job of three FTEs and are not provided training to perform any new assignment. The Organization cannot retain "good" managers for more than a year. With the current management in place, it is only a matter of time before either the State, Federal or National organizations shuts the place down. Telecommuting used to be permitted but, due to increase in micromanagement, it has essentially been removed as an option.
Too many cons to list (see above)