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Incredibility top-down heavy. Non-management employees are rarely listened to. Sometimes we will have something planned out and then a last minute executive order will change everything without a clear explanation. There are times when other employees would show up to meetings uninvited, which is distracting and counter productive. There is too much micromanagement done by managers when things don't go as planned. There seems to be a lack of trust between workers and their managers. - Lack of transparency and direction. We spent months developing a product that users won't use because it doesn't fulfill their needs. The feedback loop between everyone needs to be tighter, but no one is really improving it. We will often be given deadlines that are impossible to meet. For example, we were once given a deadline for a feature due in ten days, but the workload required at least thirteen. Decisions that affect development are made without the team being aware. This leads to poorly designed contracts, data-flow, and UI. - Resource constraints. We are asked to do more with less. Databases keep running out of space, and we are expected to support old and new products on a timeline that isn't realistic. A lot of these problems are solvable if upper management slows down, takes a step back, and listens to the people who report to them. I feel as though upper management has an ego problem. - Hard workers who perform really well are not rewarded. There's little room to move up in the company unless a manager is promoted to a higher management role, or when someone quits. Hardworking people are underpaid despite how much they contribute. -Lack of company culture. Everyone is isolated in their own departments. There is lack of communication, understanding, and interaction across different departments. - Some of HR do not care about certain departments within the company. That's a bit contradictory according to company core values. One core value is, "Results Over Rules", which isn't enacted. It's more like, "Rules over results". Sometimes rules seem to be made up on the fly.
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