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Joseph P. Zvesper
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    Wish I could give negative stars..

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    Former Employee - FAMIS
    Former Employee - FAMIS

    I worked at American Appraisal full-time (more than 10 years)


    The clients are fantastic. It is rewarding to meet and get to know people from all walks of life, all over the country.


    Management is the worst I've ever encountered. They allow a hostile working environment, harassment of employees, intimidation and verbal abuse - all regular situations that management fails to successfully address. Instead you are told to keep you mouth shut, keep to your self, do your work, and only speak when spoken to even after seeking help from other managers and HR. Nobody is there to champion the employee. They will push you around with little regard for the law so it's beneficial that you know your rights and know how to contact the Equal Rights Division of EEOC. But once you stand up to management, by yourself, you are completely on your own.. You will be lied to and beaten down. When you encounter professionals from other organizations they will tell you how much they dislike American Appraisal because of their underhanded business practices. It is embarrassing to tell others in the profession who you work for. The dealmakers in the organization have left sour tastes in many peoples mouths and they don't forget.

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    The microcosm of American Appraisal is not the real corporate world. Grow up and behave like educated adults not like the corporate bullies you are. The safety and security of your consultants should be top priority. Making excuses for the lack of concern for their well being is profoundly inexcusable. That includes exposure from sources inside the organization as well as outside the organization. Everybody signs a code of conduct - enforce it.

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