"Family first" apparently applies only to management, who spend the least amount of time away from home.
the ability of middle managers to absorb others' credit, and repel their own responsibility is reminds me of Congress.
the company will never realize the business they claim to be until it admits that the employees are their greatest asset.
managers apparently do not know the difference between the terms supervising and delegating, and routinely pawn work off on underlings, who are unequipped to execute.
lack of employee evaluations (including supervisors) has created a "no consequence" culture, where inadequacy is encouraged; and bad-mouthing coworkers is the norm.
Paid vacations, paid lunches
Safety, process improvement, employee training=things that are half-heartedly preached, actively not practiced.