Lacks structure, poor leadership, and high turnover
Case Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 31, 2019
-Very reactive, no systems are in place which cause hardships with business processes. Simple tasks can become complicated and misguided.
-Unqualified employees are promoted to management roles to cut costs. In turn, the org experiences poor leadership and lackluster vision.
-Dinosaurs. (e.g they still use old fax machines, most employees on average type at the speed of 10 WPM)
-C-level execs make decisions beyond their scope/knowledge. No checks and balances on authority.
-Lacks the ability to retain employees. Employees quit on a bi-weekly basis.
-Org seems to struggle staying afloat, constant budget constraints.
-No innovation. No processes, No systems.
Great healthcare benefits