RIG department…what was your deciding factor to leave? So many have left our area lately including Support and Leadership that I wonder what the final straw was?
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It’s hard to stay where you feel like you aren’t wanted or welcome. When the same people always get the Stellars and Kudos, but no matter how hard you work, you receive nothing. When they never tell you that you are doing a good job, but are very quick to “attack” upon the slightest mistake. When the whole team brings up concerns that need to be addressed/fixed and the management response is “we’ll look into it”, but nothing changes. When you have that one manager that can be so condescending when you ask for help.
They had terrible management. 1. They don’t know what they are doing. 2.don’t provide adequate support, processes or direction. 3. They are so focused on knit picking that they fail to see the big picture. 4. Management takes it as a personal attack when anything is questioned.
RIG stands for Regulatory Inquiry Group. It is the department that handles all of the Executive Inquiries such as DOI complaints, BBB complaints, complaints from the CEO, Plan Presidents, and VPs offices.
I don’t know what RIG is, either. But as for the question about turnover, it’s twofold. First, it’s the same thing many companies are going through. Lots of change during and after the pandemic. People deciding they want more out of life. Second, it is because the job market is great. People can go elsewhere and get paid more for the same kind of work.
RIG stands for what? I was thinking about applying for an HCSC position, but concerned after seeing some of the posts. What is going on at HCSC. Why all the turnover?