Marine Corps Community Services Miramar

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    Extremely frustrating to be surrounded by incompetency, and lack of leadership.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA

    I worked at Marine Corps Community Services Miramar full-time

    Pros

    Working with military families is extremely rewarding. Salary was comparable or exceeding civilian counterparts and benefits were excellent.

    Cons

    There is very little supervision of who gets hire and who does the hiring. I've witnessed leadership hiring friends with blatant disregards for qualifications or experience of much more qualified candidates. There appears to be no system of check and balances and HR is merely a data entry participant in the whole process. Leadership is nonexistent, as their primary mission is to stay in power and surround themselves with people that do not question. These pawns with little to no education, experience or skills, have all the interest of keeping quiet and follow directions (even illegal or unethical ones) because they would not be employed at that level (managerial and salary) in the civilian world. If you happen to be perceived as a threat, due to your level of education, or ability to question wrongdoing, you will be ostracized. Leadership does not engage in motivating, problem solving or helping you grow professionally. They do replace, isolate and transfer with complete disregard for rules, laws, employees rights or due process. There is no functional Equal Opportunity or mediation process; employees are on their own. There is no superintendence from headquarters or MCI West. It's borderline organized crime.

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    Although chain of commands are necessary, they can create barriers to communication between employees and upper management. There is a need to create more communication to foster honesty, growth and accountability. There is a lot of money and time being wasted in hiring new employees when the right leadership could help the "internal customer" grow and develop professionally and have ambition and drive to achieve more for the organization and its mission.

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