Do You Work for One of the Top 10 Worst Companies To Work For In America?
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Is your employer on the list? Companies often tout their workplaces as an inviting environment for employees. Yet many are far from it, and employees at many of America’s largest corporations dislike, or even hate, their jobs. Some of America’s best-known corporations are notorious for their low pay, poor management decisions and dysfunctional workplace cultures. In the USA, many companies are receiving ratings on Glassdoor.com that proclaim their workplaces to be subpar. Often, however, a combination of perceived low pay, disillusionment with management decisions and a dysfunctional culture that values making money over customer service creates unhappy employees at some of America’s best-known corporations.
Most common complaint? Not being paid well enough, followed by little opportunity for a raise or promotion. 24/7 Wall St. looked at publicly traded companies with over 300 reviews on Glassdoor, and found the lowest of the low-rated. In order to identify America’s worst companies to work for, 24/7 Wall St. examined employee reviews at online job site Glassdoor. To be considered, companies had to have a minimum of 300 reviews. Of the 202 companies that made the initial screen, the company reviews were mixed, with few receiving high scores, few receiving low scores, and the majority of companies getting mediocre scores. Click at bottom to read why each made the list……These are its top ten worst companies to work for:
11. Bank of New York Mellon (one bonus entry to our top ten)
TOP TEN WORST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR
9. Rite Aid
7. Robert Half International
6. Sears Holdings (Sears/Kmart)
1. Dish Network – Many reviewers objected to the company’s long hours and no holidays. “You work all day all night. Your day starts from 6:45am till 6pm or 10pm You work every holiday that your day falls on.” It is no surprise then that reviewers suggested employees were unhappy with management, citing “mandatory overtime” and “no flexibility” with schedule. Perhaps the dissatisfaction of employees is affecting customer satisfaction.