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Randy Churchey
4 Ratings

    Financial success, but cultural disaster.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Memphis, TN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Memphis, TN

    I worked at EDR full-time (more than an year)


    Some really good people in the rank-and-file at headquarters. I learned a great deal from some of the best co-workers I've ever had the pleasure of being around.


    From the outset it seems like a respectable corporate environment, yet during my tenure I witnessed employees having to put up with screaming and being belittled in front of others on a regular basis. I also witnessed a good deal of sexism. It's definitely a good-ol-boy network at the top. For a smaller company (staff-wise), the cons are easy to spot by everyone, and most of my co-workers admitted being affected by them. Yet, for the time I was there, absolutely nothing was done about it. Employees would leave for the same reason - the terrible treatment by some (not all) of the executive management. I found out that the same complaints to H.R. and the same problems had been there before I arrived, and they were still going strong when I left. Morale was pretty low throughout.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You might want to take a good look at those complaints to H.R. by the lower-level employees regarding the behavior of some of your executive members. Then again, maybe you already have.

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