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A dispensable career move
Where to begin? The benefits are laughable. The "CEO" is an amateur at best when it comes to basic leadership skills and inspiring productivity. There's no strategic vision for the company, just reactions to events that were most likely out of your hands. The CEO makes it very clear at company meetings that you are the "privileged" one for working there. At one yearly meeting, it was announced that anyone who didn't receive a raise "is dispensable." When sales are bad everyone is to blame but no clear vision or direction is given. Absolutely no training is offered and simple certifications that would benefit the recruiters are denied to them simply because he's unwilling to invest in his people. I've heard the CEO make offensive comments toward the gay community, and racially charged jokes are his forte! He once said he "could never live in Athens, GA, because there are too many hot coeds down there!" This might explain why he hires recent college grads (primarily females). The two members of management have absolutely no other professional work experience and have been with the company since they finished school. Their incompetence is made apparent in their constant inability to make decisions without first consulting the CEO (most likely a fear-driven behavior). Most of the company's revenue is generated from the staffing side of the business which prides itself on cutting corners whenever possible, paying contractors the bare minimum and withholding overtime pay, and constantly pushing the recruiters and account managers to meet some quatitative goal that was derived from a Google search of "how many resumes should we send out in a day?" This is how most of the company's decisions are made.
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