The company has a tendency of piling two jobs onto one person and assigning you duties entirely unrelated to your job function. I went to HR about this, but there's only one rep in the entire company, so she deferred to my manager, who was upset with me for going to HR about needing to hire people who could do a lot of the stuff I was being asked to do.
With the lack of documentation, team leads, directors, and Standard Operating Procedures, this kind of runaround isn't uncommon. The organization ends up being very "flat" because the budget doesn't permit the hiring of necessary personnel. Also, management would ask me to remote into old desktops, which contained software licenses, as opposed to getting the software installed on our new computers. It was honestly unbelievable.
no structure, no raises, no feedback, no SOPs, no cafeteria