Avis d'employé sur VitalAire
Over worked and stressed out all the time. Poor training
A typical day at work is answering problem calls and complaints from customers. Also, fixing mistakes done by other people in the department who were not properly trained or lazy. What I have learned is that it does not matter how well you do your job, this company has no recognition for their good employees and they spend more time "babying" the ones that do poor work. Management is unfair and they have a tendency to pile on the work on employees who seem to do well because they don't trust the ones that do less well to get the job done efficiently. This could be corrected by proper training but the employees are trained by other employees and not by the supervisor or manager. In fact, supervisor is also new and comes from the outside not knowing anything about the company. Poor judgement from the company. I have met some great co-workers, but it is best too keep to yourself as a lot of them will be nice to your face and then throw you under the bus to get ahead. The hardest part of the job is feeling like you are doing everything and nobody else is pulling their weight. And when you are feeling overworked and look for help, you get no support from your superiors or colleagues.
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The benefits are good.
Management not supportive and unfair.
I enjoyed my time at VitalAire for the most part. My local co-workers were great and we worked as a team well. Some other locations had more turnover and a less cohesive team (guess it depends on the employees hired). There are a lot of rules/regulations and decisions that come from Head Office that don't make sense or are somewhat redundant but need to be followed regardless - that is annoying.
I couldn't give a lower score. This company does business like its 30yrs ago. 20 steps to do what should be done in 1 or 2. Staff is cold and unfriendly, management is no existent. I spent 6 week in the most stressful environment. It was a relief when I left!