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Volt as a mom and pop company developed a lot of people who worked well together and supported each other. The company wanted to develop their employees and would support and finance educational pursuits. As the company grew, a lot of this got lost with new people joining the company.
Very strict work hours and Break rules. No new opportunity to grow, but Full-time coworkers are very nice and sharing what they know. The management guy sucks as he may terminate your contract just the next day as soon as they don't need you anymore.
They don't give enough training and they will just let you go out there in the field right away, that's why they have a fast employee turn around. They also wanted to try new strategy and create new roles and that's why there's a lot of changes in several departments.
I loved working for IT, and my former executive team. But when there was a change at the top, all my IT executives were let go. I left because of those IT executive changes. The happiness and treatment of staff changed overnight. We lost our North Star so to speak.
Great people, pay is decent, PTO is decent
Too much turnover in IT. Benefits horrible.
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Volt, a temporary staffing and Professional Placement company, was struggling to maintain market share and profits after increased competition from companies that leveraged technologies to offer a mobile app and a completely online user experience.
The only thing I learned from this job was that a lot of people there were often rude & not as helpful some managers were helpful so atleast that made up for Everything else it & made it more pleasant working there
Paid time off
The workday was evenly paced with a minimum amount of meetings . Every receivables rep had a different type of assignment . While there was not much interaction as it related to teamwork . The workforce was friendly. I was a nice place to work
Well I was there working for Volt the ONLY good thing was I had a great onsite Supervisor but he had a very difficult position with upper management. Upper management did not have it together at all. But it was good well it lasted.
Management encourages catty behavior between employees. Little to no training is provided, very much a sink or swim culture. Going through too many changes to seem like it will be stable for very much longer.
Work Volt all depends on on who you work for and in what location. Because management changes so frequently, it can be difficult to keep focused on improving business operations. Just when changes start becoming visible, management's plan of attack changes.
I was lucky to have managers who were always great at supporting work-life balance.
The company is being groomed to be sold.
A once awesome company lost its way with executive leadership that lost sight of the company's core values and competencies. This may have changed if the board has changed.
Large size permitted supply chain, support and marketing values.
Inexperienced board members had little knowledge of company core values or competencies.