Senior Industrial Designer | Cleveland, OH | 03 Jan 2018
Nepotistic, knee-jerk reaction work type environment
A typical work day would consist of arriving an hour or two ahead of my supervisor. Sometimes the workload was scheduled, sometimes not. The approach to hardware maintenance was terrible at best. The "Good-ole-Boy" system was firmly established. The amount of learning and training that was available was great, answers and hard facts were difficult to come by. The general company attitude consisted of either feast or famine. We were extremely busy at times to meet deadlines or we were scrambling to look busy with nothing to do. When the work load was available, times were hectic and stressful with minimal direction and poor management. Monthly excuses were used as to why our hardware and software would not function properly. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new software and meeting people who actually had skills to do their job.
ProsLearning new software skills
ConsThe same old nepotistic workplace environment with broken promises and no room for advancement