When you begin employment, you will receive the "Everything is Rosy" pair of glasses to paint the picture that it's a supportive and fun place to work. That couldn't be further from the truth. In the last number of years, upper management really changed their attitude towards their employees. They were harsh and unsupportive even when you could back up your needs with numbers and productivity scorecards. Asking for help constantly fell on deaf ears. Leadership were never on site to offer support or encouragement but were quick to be harsh and downright mean/manipulative if your numbers didn't meet their expectations. It was not an uncommon occurrence to see employees sobbing in the bathroom daily over the stress they had to deal with.
I know there are always two sides to every story, but there is simply no excuse when you see that "management" continue to shift blame and disparage employees AFTER they have left the company. It is immature and pitiful and as a result, some very, VERY good employees and managers left to pursue employment with companies that legitimately appreciated them.
It's basically "High School" part 2