Thread regarding Kraft Heinz layoffs

Unrealistic expectations

I was thrown into assignments with no proper training and expected to meet unrealistic goals. Managers on my team didn’t have a clue or didn’t care that we were out of our element. There was absolutely no leadership and favoritism was the norm there.

Frequent job cuts to save money ended up with increased workloads in areas most employees were unfamiliar with. Again, training was very limited, down to the barebones. Basics given in return for just throwing you out there to be a warm body producing results.

Managers have continually pushed team members to meet unrealistic high expectations and the pay given was not enough to compensate the high stress levels it created. Is it any wonder that employee turnover increased?

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