Nashville COE Office -- Good Idea, Poor Execution
Everyday feels like a fire drill where you are left without the available resources, management, compensation or support to complete what is expected of you, on top of at least one employee quitting a month.
The office here in Nashville was opened out of a cost saving initiative, without the full research being done by the company's executives as to what the real cost of living is in this city for their entry-level employee's compensations. They provide plenty of free alcohol, but don't pay enough to pay the bills. The Nashville COE upper management is continually leaving and changing due to everyone realizing that this company is still a cluster.