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Business Analyst Programmer

3E Company Canton, OH

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Robert S. Christie
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    Toxic Atmosphere

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    Former Employee - Administrative  in  Carlsbad, CA
    Former Employee - Administrative in Carlsbad, CA

    I worked at 3E Company full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Many people are nice in person. The company seems open to training employees in new skills and considering experience that is not direct to the position but could be transferred.

    Cons

    Departments are at war with each other and do not cooperate at all. Throwing other people under the bus is the norm. This makes it very difficult to get work done efficiently as many tasks require cross-department cooperation. Surprisingly, many of these people seem like they are normally perfectly nice, but spending an extended time at this company appears to acclimate employees to an atmosphere where hostility and lack of respect for coworkers becomes the norm. HR appears to be aware, but seems to be unable to fix the situation, probably because of management. At least one person in upper management regularly publicly chastised and criticized their team, and I saw at least one person walked out with their belongings. This reminded me more of a high school lunch yard than any other place I've ever worked, complete with a pack of "mean girls" in administration that treated everyone with contempt.

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    Instead of team building activities, this company needs to look closely at personal dynamics between employees and departments. Unfortunately, real change will probably require counseling or disciplining individual employees about unacceptable conduct toward others. Some of these employees are in management or have worked at 3E for an extended period and are regarded as or feel that they are entrenched and/or irreplaceable.

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