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I worked at Atlas Development full-time (More than 8 years)
Company was good when it started, but as it grew the wrong people were put on the Exec Team and Management positions. Benefits were great, and if you need to take off for personal reasons they were great about this. The family atmosphere was great when I started there. The employees mattered to the CEO at the time he started his business.
Not much hands on by CEO, Robert Atlas, when he moved out of state. People were put in charge - COO Carl H. was a terrible mean person that demanded things me done even if it wasn't possible. HR Mgr - Lois Coburn was terrible - she did as she pleased, and wouldn't document unethical behavior because she was under the supervision of the individual acting unprofessional. When ever you needed to talk to her she was never around. CFO - Kerri G. was the meanest and unprofessional woman I have ever met. Saw what was going on in management, and it is too bad the CEO wasn't concerned enough about what was going on in his own company to do something about this. Moral was down, and we were being over worked. Open door policy should be really addressed, when issues occur within company they need to be taken seriously.. As the company got larger the employees where not as important, and the CEO took jobs to India more and more.
Advice to Management
Place more attention to the company within your 4 walls. It is great to grow, but take heed to the employees that work for you. Give recognition to the hard workers in your firm, and when someone brings a problem to your attention then address it professionally. When issues are not addressed then this is an indicator that it is not a priority to the Management team. Listen to your employees when they bring issues to your attention!