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I took it off my resume because I’m embarrassed to have my name even associated with it.

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Only when hiring temporary workers from outside temp agencies but not through the company.

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For this company to grow, it desperately needs a change in senior management to a group that understands the records industry and facility operations in general. It needs a corporate ethics overhaul, where senior management is held accountable for the firing of staff on a whim to cover up poor financial decisions on their part. From the standpoint of open and honest treatment of employees, this company has no future.

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If you accept a management position with VRC, you must be prepared to cleanse yourself of any prior knowledge and experience. VRC senior leadership likes to be "in charge" of every decision from the color of office walls to overall operations and bases this on a false sense of expertise on their part. Senior management is not open to any new ideas or concepts because they believe that they wrote the book on records storage. Any mediocre salesmen can run the operation as long as he keeps under the Corporate radar and is a desciple of the senior team. VRC is like a fraternity of the blind leading the blind.

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The promotional possibilities at VRC are limited at best. If you appear to have more operational knowledge than senior company leadership, your days are numbered. If, as you come up with new business opportunities or ideas, and you can convince senior leadership that it was their idea, you will go far. However, at the facility leadership level, there is no where else to go. They have a "global team" for new acquisitions that functions as a technology swat team, however this group is more like the land of broken toys. From the hourly ranks, there may be promotional opportunities, however I would not recommend moving up in this company.

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When every day you have to get up and force yourself to go to work,that says something.

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Be honest with employees and customers

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Boxes, files/x-rays and shred bins/bags to be rotated daily/monthly

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