The overall rating of one (1) is a bit too high. One would expect a company in the business of proving hourly services to their clients would have a better sense of how to take care of it's people. In order to have any chance of success, you need to be in the President's inner circle. The challenge is that the leadership team have all been in place for the last decade and retirement is still a distant thought for many of them. This poses two problems, leadership experience is limited some cases or non-existent in most cases. The management philosophy is from the best of what 1995 had to offer.
President and all the President's men (and women)