• anon

    I won't go into the issues of abusive management, I believe the other commenters took care of that already, but I will address another issue- The hiring process. I did a lot of hiring work for the Philadelphia District a few years back. The biggest issue we had was where the candidates lived in relation to the jobs they were applying to. When we would post a job, people from the city of Philadelphia would apply for positions 50 miles away. We are forced to hire them because they said they can drive to the job, but when the first snowstorm hits, or they get tired of driving they quit. Would you want to work a job that has no benefits 50 miles away when you are spending half you paycheck on gas? Make it a requirement that the candidates must visit the offices that they are applying to so they know what the drive is like.

    Mar 10, 2020
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