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I worked at Environmental StoneworksPros
In the Denver Tech Center.Cons
Executive Level staff is unethical in their behavior toward employees. Expectation is long hours (think 60 to 70+) with minimal to no compensation for those long hours. Performance Reviews are arbitrary at best, with goals that are subjective and unrealistic. Bonus structure is based on this rating system and is used as a negotiation tactic for prospective employees to accept a lower salary. Executive Level staff has been known to spend tens of thousands of dollars on "leadership retreats," engaging in very unprofessional behavior while on said retreats.
Executive Level staff tends to turn a blind eye towards unethical and abusive behavior for those they put into "management" positions, and when asked to intervene, tend to avoid said situations. I was in one meeting where a tenured employee lied about another employee's behavior...and there was no reprimand or public apology for that employees behavior.
Final story: I was out of the office in New York (personal matter) on Monday and Tuesday, and I was let go on a Thursday. They accused me of "something" on the aforementioned Monday; I was out of the state. Ethical? No.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Follow and believe in the core values you claim to have for the company. Stop having the "warehouse" mentality and start acting like professionals.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO