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Sharon T. Rowlands
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Pros – Fantastic paid time-off policy: you generally start at 3 weeks of vacation and work up to 5 weeks of vacation after 5 years PLUS 5 sick days.
Cons – "Merit" pay increases have nothing to do with your actual performance, but rather a standard "accross the board" percentage for everyone (even the poor performers get rewarded).
Interested in advancement/promotion? Only those who have worked with the executives/VP's at previous companies get promotions and/or advancement opportunities. If you don't fit that criteria, but want to have any hope of advancement, become a senior VP's "yes" man/woman (preferably man).
The benefits are poor (at best). Each year the quality of medical coverage decreases while the cost to employee increases.
There is a lot of uncertainty about the company and its future among employees (mainly due to lack of communication of strategy/vision from senior management).
Poor employee morale.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
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