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30+ days ago

Director, Publishing

American Society for Quality Milwaukee, WI

The primary responsibility of this role is to lead all aspects of Knowledge Offerings (standards development and publishing, the Knowledge Center… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Graphic/E-Learning Instructional Designer (CONTRACT)

American Society for Quality Milwaukee, WI

OF ROLE: The primary responsibility of this role is for the design and development of e-learning courses including graphics assigned by the Director… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Manager of Marketing Services

American Society for Quality Milwaukee, WI

The primary responsibility of this role is to manage ASQ s marketing services workgroup which has been designed using an advertising agency model… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

HRIS/Payroll Administrator

ASQ Milwaukee, WI

OF ROLE: The primary responsibility of this role is the establishment and retention of a quality work force through effective planning, design… ASQ


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI

    I worked at ASQ full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The people I worked with (for the most part) were wonderful until recently. The work-life balance is great. There is a lot of flexibility with your work schedule.

    Cons

    Morale is extremely low at this company. Management has zero trust in their employees to do their jobs and there is no appreciation for their employees. There is no career growth, despite what they may tell you in your interview. Only lateral moves can be made (and even that is rare), and they offer no training to help you grow. You essentially are stuck there. The technology is so out-of-date, as are their products. There is zero transparency with executives. None of them are on the same page. You can't get any direction or a clear understanding of what anyone wants here because no one is on the same page. The only reason I stayed here for so long is because I just became so complacent.

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    Be more transparent and clear. Try to understand what your employees do and realize that you hired them for a reason and you should trust them to do their jobs. Show some appreciation. I'm hopeful that the new CEO can make drastic changes at this organization.

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