Dedicated staff. Management has a "people first" attitude. If you think Southwest Airlines is dedicated to its employees -- it has nothing on Tidel -- most people have been here for decades and people who leaves on good terms in bad times tends to get rehired when the company does better again. Despite the dedication to employees, the place tends to be merit-based, and will reward you for being successful. Due to proper work-life balance (no overtime unless absolutely necessary, and since everything is scheduled realistically, no overtime 99% of the time.), everybody is pretty laid back and hence, no pressure for employees. Another plus -- sales are not empowered to promise things that the rest of the company can't keep.
Sometimes, management decisions would lead to lean times. But, doesn't that happen at all companies? Also, since the company is smallish, with only about 100 people, posting on here isn't that anonymous. So, please excuse me for not listing my job title.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing.
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