Dirty office, terrible mistrusting work culture. Micromanagement.
A typical day at work involves walking into a filthy office, with dust and candle chemicals in the air, and a manager that slams dishes around when in a bad mood. It is then followed by endless, pointless meetings that go off-topic every day, and a lack of structure.
Management uses texting instead of one stream of communication like email, which causes a lot of conflicts, and they will message you often at night off-work hours to tell you that you made a mistake on something that could wait until the next morning.
There is no HR department; there is no strong leadership. It was a confusing and frustrating experience. There is no safe place to voice your concern, and they will lie to you.
The hardest part of the job is the culture and disorganization, lack of trust, and employee complaints.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the ability to work from home.
I learned that without a strong leader and defined roles, for me, it is complicated to navigate this kind of environment.
downtown, work from home
being texted constantly, terrible culture, bad management.
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