Looked great on the surface
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – June 14, 2019
I came into the position of project manager opening a new branch. I was fairly green as far as experience goes, but was told I would have all the resources I could ever need to help me grow into the position. And this was true, for about 4 months. After that it quickly devolved into a numbers game and subtle threats that if numbers weren't better that someone else could be found to do better. Problem was that for a new branch our numbers were amazing. As a branch we hit some of the highest first year numbers in the history of the company, but it was never enough nor would it ever be. If I wasn't willing to work 60 hours a week and be on call when I wasn't working then I would hear about and be guilted or actually yelled at. I left because a coworker physically threatened me after I voiced my opinion and it wasn't what he wanted to hear. My general manager was sitting right next to us and did nothing.
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