After working for this shambolic company for too long I took the next step and removed myself from its poisonous atmosphere. The staff are unsupported, underpaid, and the turnover rate is horrendous. The management team and training are a joke - too young, no people skills and utter lack of empathy, with very few professional boundaries evident. Nepotism is rife, as someone else has already noted, and if you're happy to cosy up to the right people to get along and tug your forelock, you'll do very well there indeed.
They have no idea how to get the best from their most valuable resource - people - and the credo is mere lip service. The knock on effect is a team morale so low you could crawl under a closed door.
The only positive is that the team where I worked supported each other as best we could despite the appalling and unrealistic workload.
Btw, is anyone convinced by the 'positive' reviews that are all dated the same? Good grief, could you get any less transparent?
Pay, hours, working expectations, staff turnover, poor management, morale