So, a lot of people on here are mad about this clearly frustrated person, and are calling them a troll, but you all are spewing vitirol that is 100× worse than what they said. Many of these comments are seriously distrubing. One of you literally mentioned that his mom probably regretted waking him up from falling asleep in the bathtub and then hating him forever or something? Holy moly! How do you sleep at night, ma'am/sir? Whatever this person said based off their experience is way less cruel and troll-esque than 90% of your curse-filled, hated-drivwn replies; which honestly, highlights a ton of the issues that MANY current Quality employees feel.
Why would people honestly take part in the Employee Engagement surveys and discussions (that have very narrow lenses to begin with) when there is a team ready to pounce on them for any negative remark. Any time anyone in this area states an issue, even constructively, they are ignored, replaced/forced out, etc. - never heard. Groupthink will not lead to longterm success, any business or depertment needs to grow in collaborative efforts and leverage feedback and strengths accross roles. Research organizational theory surrounding companies that have the highest cult customer following and customer satisfaction- this is where it starts, with employees who are satisfied and feel heard - they are motivated to do the work that impacts our members to their best ability! No one is heard in this department outside of a select few, and most are made to feel disposable.
I don't have any strong feelings against Sarah or any of the changes in particular, and unlike many of the comenators on the original post - i try to be level headed amd not respond with anger, but to listen and think. This group that has swept in and talks down to everyone who has been here and who doesn't collaborate or listen - will ultimately be the downfall of this department if this continues.
Some of you mentioned how much of a mess this department has been, etc. Well, imagine for some of the valuable, veteran employees who have been bounced around like disposable pawns for years, having a new leader come in being excited about potential change and opportunity, and watching them literally bring out a ton of leaders from their old places of employment. Virtually no discussions with current employees regarding opportunities from their unique lense on the wide-range of process that need improvement - no promoting these veteran employees who may have dealt with poor leadership for years, and tried to do good work and make an impact despite it - we have all watched a group come in directly due to one person that has put a large number of people into leadership roles. Which, yes, if the impact is positive- I'm all for it - but look at what you people are writing on this board? Do you think anyone who takes issue with certain things or gives feedback with strategic suggestions would feel comfortable providing that to any of you?