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No micromanagement. Half day fridays ( if you can actually take them). You will stay busy if you are a performer, just won't recieve any feedback about it other than the pile up of work thry will keep shoveling at you. If you are family or friends of family, you can do no wrong.
They will load you up until you break and them blame it on you, even if you ask for help. Poor upper management, under staffed, lie to clients about man power, and then blame the disciplines when the client gets upset or there is poor quality. Take advantage of performers and rampant nepotism. Eventually bridges with clients will be burned, but thankfully for management the clients don't have too many other options right now. Walls are paper thin in offices or cube farm, only two options. You will not recieve feedback about performance, good or bad. If good, management takes credit, if bad, they let you know as they walk you out.
Advice to Management
Put your money into your performers, have integrity, don't promote and hire wives, friends, and family and then make everybody else suffer from them. Acknowledge the people that go the extra mile, from all your branches. Support your people, they are the reason you have a job. Pay attention to what is going on internally. A once a month meal doesn't really mean you appreciate them, when you aren't engaged. Follow your own standards. Actually do performance reviews.