N/A (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Denver, CO – 22. Februar 2018
Let's start with the positives, the health insurance options are good. If you're an exempt employee you can have as many days off as your manager will approve, normally 2-3 weeks. That's about it for good things. Here are the reasons you should consider not working here, 1) pay- there are no such thing as rasies here. The company struggles to turn a profit which is the only way to even get a chance to get paid more. Then if that happens you need to be a top performer year over year and have your manager like you enough to consider a very small 1-3% pay bump. There is a chance for a bonus but that hasn't happened in 3+ years and probably won't anytime soon because sales goals are unattainable. 2) middle management is clueless to it's employees moral and constantly asks for survey answer to guage feedback which with no change either continues to fall or stays the same because nothing is done. Which leads to.. 3) laxk of real change- this will never be a better place to work because management always gives the answer this is how it's always done and stays the same or any changes are just repackaged old ideas. it keeps the bad people in power position and drives away any good or reasonable talent the company did have.