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Company is a success story of a hardworking family, and makes up the foundation, and principals of the company. A lot about business, and hard work is taught by the majority of the team, and management.
Watco is a great company with a lot of great people who work there. Opportunity is available for those who are willing. There have been some unflattering reviews as of late, about a particular department. In which there are quite a few about revenue accounting. The newest review Opportunity Rich is a response to those reviews if you will. It is very evident that Revenue Accounting Management posted the review. The assumption is that they know whom wrote them, but anyone can post anything. It is more evident how they feel about employees whom did not get a promotion as basically lazy undriven individuals. Advice to management in the review says it all "get quality people" how disrespectful. Also to group any promoted team member as being belittled along with management is absurd. Managers do such a great job of helping, the entire department complained to HR about exactly the opposite of that. Clearly management does read and make decisions from glassdoor, who else would know what is taken in to account, which is a respectable website. It was also conveniently not talked about the manager who suddenly took a lesser position. The individuals who received the promotions were more than deserving. The point of the terrible management review was to point out the events that "coincidentally" occurred within days after the review, that obviously are being read. Not a coincidence, RAM clearly made CYA moves. I would challenge anyone to find an untrue statement made in either review its all documented. This is in no way to shed a negative light on Watco as whole. This is a professional company that does more than its share for the community, and its customers. The CEO is what many people should strive to be like. Like the old saying goes "a few bad apples can spoil the bunch".
Advice to Management
Not very becoming of management to write their own review and insult their own employees in the process. Be accountable for your actions, the same way you hold your team to theirs.