As a former employee I would say the constant unreasonable verbal abuse that was reinforced by threats of physical abuse was the hardest challenge. Long term employees in the dept were not only incompetent and abusive but not supportive of new employees. For people who just like to go into work and do a good job this is not the place for you. As a 220 pound ex middle linebacker, I was not intimidated by the creeps and psychopaths or their abuse. But it did become tiresome and good employees who had the option would simply leave making that surveillance department a revolving door.
BRAC is the largest NGO in the world. It's a good experience to work in BRAC as there was a diversified culture that taught to face the various problem and how to solve the problem in a systematic way. The organization emphasizes exploring the potentiality of each human being disregard their age, race, disability, gender, etc.
I started a new job right when pandemic started. I’ve not worked since. I started out working in people’s home but I stopped. I love working with troubled female teens. Then that I Quit because there was corruption at this place with these young girls. And after I left the whole place was shut down and there was one girl that was actually molesting the girls so I left just in time but I’ve been trying to find a job working from home and that’s been hard to so I’m looking again
I felt thankful for my job/career when I met the team work and the excellent management. Everybody is willing to help. If I had the opportunity to come back, I wouldn’t hesitate. I consider DOGGETT FREIGHTLINER OF SOUTH TEXAS LLC one of the best companies to start a career.
Watching and waiting for cues from the client as to what is needed now and next during our time together.
It was a amazing family friendly place. They made everyone feel like a family. They where good to there employees. If I could go back I would.