I was lead to believe that I was being hired full-time and after three months they let me go saying that they no longer needed my services.
About a week prior to letting me go, I experienced rudeness, unrealistic demands, and issues that were being created that were not there.
My supervisor worked remotely, and was starting to wonder at the end of my tenure what exactly she did.
My supervisor was very inexperienced, and would have benefited from some major project management training.
They had major streamlining issues, which made my job much more difficult than it should have been.
HR department does not think they are supposed to answer benefit questions, and will bite your head off if you call them out on what their job is.
I think they knew they were letting me go, so that is why they had a sudden attitude change toward me hoping I would quit instead, which made a bad situation much worse.
Inexperienced management, no streamlining, unclear communication, and pitiful 401K match.