Work from home supervisors, managers and leaders have contributed to a company culture of underperformance. This is hard to change, but it deserves to be addressed. The executives could start with the next round of layoffs.
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Yup even ERP staff were allowed to work from home once a week. If you ask around for a particular person someone will tell you it's better to wait until tomorrow. There are very few people at this company that care about its success. I left because a year went by and nothing happened with the upgrade. I learned nothing new and got a 2% raise. They talk about big plans but ERP doesn't really want to take it on.
this is 100% accurate - it's very sad