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2020-11-02 18:26:35
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Don't Work Here
Picture a place where your input is valued, you are talked to with respect, and your humanity is respected. Where teamwork is emphasized, transparency is given, and worker autonomy is understood. A place where racism isn't tolerated, and where you aren't working to prove you are worthy of the job you were literally hired for. You have pictured the polar opposite of working for AKRF. From the first day working there, the training was lax if any, and I was asked to work with someone who controlled through micromanagement. The company was perpetually behind the ball, and angry about it, though of course it was never the fault of upper management, only the folks who ALL of the labor they decided to take on and then abandon fell on. Upper management relied on laborers and other staff to sacrifice their lives to this company, where the only thing they'd have to show for it would be extra hours of overtime and depleted mental health. Teamwork didn't exist, because every issue was a free-for-all to find the person to blame for what was going wrong and punish them overtly and/or passive aggressively, instead of coming together, understanding that people are human, and working to rectify any situation. This company lives in fear of the people they have contracts with, and it's partially because transparency with clients from the outset would require them to reckon with the fact that at its' core, this company is mediocre at best, thrown together with smoke and mirrors. The work they do is predicated on multitudes of people deciding that remaining paid is more important than taking care of themselves, and being a well rounded person. There is so much talent in the organization, even in the small number of people that I worked with, that is continuously overlooked or underrecognized because of the profit motive. I read the other Glassdoor reviews before accepting a job here, and said "well, maybe it won't be so bad." I was wrong. It will be worse than you could ever imagine. Do not let these people waste one iota of your life, energy, or talent. Trust me when I say you can do better. Reconsider working here. Even interns.

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    : AKRF, Inc.
    : http://www.akrf.com
    : CEO
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