Relatively low wages for hourly work. Subordinate employees are often stressed out and given overwhelming workloads. Friendly upper management. Unpaid overtime work encouraged by immediate manager. Supportive company culture, but smaller teams tended to be more tense and less productive. Decent hours. Some on-site amenities offered. Little opportunity for vacation time. Almost no opportunity for promotion or advancement within the company. Some networking opportunity. High level of company security and safety.
Management was terrible. Did not listen to employees, did not follow through on promises. There was no negotiating about anything; it was their way or they did their absolute best to kick you out. Some of them should DEFINITELY not be management...
Like all companies there are pro's and con's to working at MCAP. For me, the pro's far outweighted the con's. I only left as I was moving away otherwise I would have stayed for many more years, which is not something I normally do.
I was in an outbound sales role so the presure was hot to maintain a difficult level of sales ongoingly. I would likely have been more comfortable in one of the more customer service or back office roles. Management style with Rick was one of my fav parts of working at MCAP.
Great place to work with lots of opportunities.
Lots of great people and the chance to learn and grow from them and the leaders. Cyclical industry that has peaks and valleys so good balance over the year and the extra effort in the busy times is recognized and appreciated by the leadership.
I run a series of database queries and then wait around all day for tasks to come in, not because there are no tasks but because even after 3 months I still do not have the needed tools to complete any of the other tasks.