Communication Service for the Deaf
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Communication Service for the Deaf Employee Review

Disappointments in All Aspects

2.0
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12 February 2020
1. Management: It is very hard to tell if they genuinely don't care about their employees or if they care but they have no motivation to change anything because it is built into their job requirements. The only people that survive here are robots. 2. Work-Life Balance: This company loves to claim they support a healthy work-life balance but their bureaucratic hierarchy-based policies and procedures do the exact opposite. "Goals" outline by the company are more important than anything else, even people. They'd rather fire or push people to quit than develop any of their workers. Employees are treated like extensions of a machine and not the foundation of this company. You don't provide communication services if you don't have Captioning and Communication Assistants that are able to be there. 3.Career Mobility: You have two options, keep your head down and your mouth shut, or butt kiss and play favorites, you're not going anywhere any other way. 4. Punishment vs. Reinforcement: Along with their policies and procedures being poorly designed, this company uses punishments as disciplinary action rather than using reinforces to improve job performance. You can follow all of their rules and procedures for captioning, consistently perform at an exemplary level, and still be punished because of things that are out of your control.
Ratings by category
1.0
Work/Life Balance
3.0
Salary/Benefits
2.0
Job Security/Advancement
1.0
Management
2.0
Culture
Pros
meet all kinds of people from all walks of life
Cons
Harsh Policies, Inefficient Procedures, little career mobility. impersonal management, can't schedule to save their life, lacking dialogue
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