Great benefits, family feeling
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sayre, OK – May 30, 2018
A typical workday is a "hurry up and wait" pace. I often found myself doing mundane work and suddenly being hit with an emergency, or walking in to an emergency first thing in the morning with the afternoon being slow and boring. You really never knew what to expect. I had five direct bosses to answer to, with two bosses over them, two bosses over them, and one boss over them; however, being an assistant I seemed to answer to basically everyone. The workplace culture felt very homey and family friendly for me; however, many others felt it was very oppressive to their needs. You will find that every person has the job they are hired for, and then are made to do the work of two or three other positions they were not hired for due to the lack of personnel, this can make the job stressful. There is no demand of respect between the coworkers, meaning that each person is responsible for how they treat each other. Being in the south, it wasn't a very big problem; however, there were some people, mostly the higher-ups, that would be extremely rude, one in particular who looked down on women very badly.
nearly free health benefits
could be overwhelming, people were not Made to be respectful/professional