Good people, bad management
Junior Government Compliance (Current Employee) – Arlington – December 20, 2018
The management teaches well, but they will keep you past your time here everyday to lecture you if you make one mistake. Won't accept if they make the mistake. Which there are many. You take the blame and they won't hear you out. No safe place to ask questions even if you're new out of fear of judgement/assumptions then that's there for the rest of your time here. Should your leader do this? No. That's bad leadership.
Was promised wfh into 3-6 months now taken back from that as a guarantee. And to use my floater day near a holiday, and even that may be taken back after promised as I started.
Could not work around my schedule for a doctor's appointment even if I had my hours done! No overtime.
No grace for being 0-5 mins late. Another lecture. Even if finding parking is hard or your commute is over an hour and traffic changes.
Also, most companies will pay you more.
Most people are nice, nice kitchens. But my management definitely has a high horse and doesn't listen: just assumes. It's management 101. You're waiting a lot for the management to get it together. Also, the manager is overworked without overtime, so if you want to be in management expect what you see because that's not right for them either. I get emails at 2am in the morning from them. Lots of micro-management
PTO is accrued.
Compliance is as boring as it gets, but it's not hard.
Benefits, Fair with the actual work
Bad Management, not a safe place to ask questions if you're new