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Windstream President & CEO Jeffery R Gardner
Jeffery R Gardner
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    Decent Pay / Dead Atmosphere

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    I have been working at Windstream full-time (more than an year)


    Pay is decent. Skills required for job will allow you to further your career somewhere else. Top management make attempts at showing appreciation.


    More than a few lower managers seem to enjoy demeaning employees. I will not make a career here because of it. It's not an environment that cultivates friendships. It's a machine. Production, goals, and budget come first. Human factor is low on the list. Because Windstream is a merger of more than 20 companies, it is a procedural nightmare getting corporate access and support on almost every level.

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    You can't manufacturer a culture. It is a way of life, not a series of events on a calendar. You really need to look at your lower level managers closer. Get a consensus from the people they "manage". Employees are treated as hourly slaves and numbers. It's not healthy for the company and I don't believe top management knows it exists bc on the surface things appear normal and functional. A happy employee will make you more money. If you continue to make financial goals a priority over the people that make it function, the budget will continue to fall and quarterly results will continue weakening.

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