Way below the industry average for paying employees
Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 3, 2018
If you want to get compensated for your job in things other than pay, like silly thank yous for just doing your job that don't amount to anything, and being asked to contribute to charities you probably qualify for because they don't pay you well then this is the place for you.
Management is micromanaging, once you're in a spot, regardless of your education or background, you are basically stuck there. I applied to get my foot in the door at a position lower than my experience and education level and am railroaded at every turn, even when it comes to learning new responsibilities within my job title. Managers talk down to employees, praise the normal business practices of professionally written emails as if no one knows how to do it, and are extremely cliquey.
Employees that have been there for 20 plus years with horrible work ethics are praised and not disciplined, and they don't work to improve their skills.
Almost everyone on my floor has to work a second job to make ends meet.
pay, management, cost of healthcare benefits and options