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6 English questions out of 6

June 27, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at Supply Room Companies?

Pros

Family run company with good benefits

Cons

IT problems seem to be an ongoing issue.

Family run company with good benefits

June 27, 2019

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June 27, 2019

Does Supply Room Companies offer family leave?

Pros

Family run company with good benefits

Cons

IT problems seem to be an ongoing issue.

Family run company with good benefits

June 27, 2019

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June 12, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Supply Room Companies?

Pros

Pay was good for my first office job, the work itself was pretty simple and easy to grasp.

Cons

Antiquated office culture, very clear this started as a hometown mom and pop shop and kept that good ol' boy mentality into their current iteration. I was let go for essentially not fitting into the correct office culture. Their handling of the office response to the pandemic seemed lacking and callous to me, which I spoke up about. Fired not too long later. Computer systems are ancient, IT ran by a boomer who thinks you can steal company secrets via email. This is not a small town company anymore, but they seem unwilling or unable to modernize and innovate to meet their growth. I can't see them attracting and maintaining the younger work force if it stays like this. Management scattered and unorganized, yet insane micromanagement at the same time. I was literally told to be careful about being on my phone during down time because "they don't like how that looks". Made me feel a bit like a naughty school child with the amount of inconsequential busy work I was forced to do to "look" busy.

Advice to Management

Modernize your computer systems, prioritize employee health and safety over profits. Please realize that it's 2020 and there is no one Right Way to work in an office.

Antiquated office culture, very clear this started as a hometown mom and pop shop and kept that good ol' boy mentality into their current iteration.

June 12, 2020

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March 1, 2021

How is management perceived at Supply Room Companies?

Pros

Family-owned, great management team, fast-growing

Cons

internal communications lacking but getting better

owned, great management team, fast

March 1, 2021

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June 12, 2020

What is the company culture at Supply Room Companies?

Pros

Pay was good for my first office job, the work itself was pretty simple and easy to grasp.

Cons

Antiquated office culture, very clear this started as a hometown mom and pop shop and kept that good ol' boy mentality into their current iteration. I was let go for essentially not fitting into the correct office culture. Their handling of the office response to the pandemic seemed lacking and callous to me, which I spoke up about. Fired not too long later. Computer systems are ancient, IT ran by a boomer who thinks you can steal company secrets via email. This is not a small town company anymore, but they seem unwilling or unable to modernize and innovate to meet their growth. I can't see them attracting and maintaining the younger work force if it stays like this. Management scattered and unorganized, yet insane micromanagement at the same time. I was literally told to be careful about being on my phone during down time because "they don't like how that looks". Made me feel a bit like a naughty school child with the amount of inconsequential busy work I was forced to do to "look" busy.

Advice to Management

Modernize your computer systems, prioritize employee health and safety over profits. Please realize that it's 2020 and there is no one Right Way to work in an office.

Antiquated office culture, very clear this started as a hometown mom and pop shop and kept that good ol' boy mentality into their current iteration.

June 12, 2020

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