Companies that preach "culture" usually have very bad culture
Where do I start? I guess I will start with something good. The company paid me well (twice the minimum wage in California), and it is a salary base position. I got to meet some really good people and some really bad people at this job. I learned some aspects of HR when I was here as well as learning how to operate a 26 foot truck and getting certified to drive one.
Now here comes the not so great. As the "operations manager" I was the "lead" person for anything that deals with the day to day operation. While there were times where I felt "in charge", I was basically a fetch boy. Constantly vetoed on decisions that should have been made by myself by the GM and owner. What's the point of being "in charge" if you aren't really?
Training here is a joke. I was enrolled in a "leadership" 8 week course and due to my job being overwhelming time consuming, I was told by my leadership to have it playing in the background while working. lol what is the point in having this "training" if you aren't able to spend undivided time on it.
You should also be aware of your pay as well. I did the math on my pay and if I was getting paid the same for all 12 months. I would have been short $5,000.. very suspicious.
Long story short, if you are single, no kids, and basically ready to give your life to this company, this is for you. For people that want a work balance life and quality of life, I would advise not to take this position unless you can guarantee to have a assistant.
long hours, many days with no lunch, split days off