Meinung zu OW: Up-or-Out, Kollegialität, Stimmung

Annelie Kuemmelich asked on May 19, 2019 - 1 answer

Hallo zusammen,

da ich ein Angebot von Oliver Wyman vorliegen habe und sehr gemischte Meinungen zur Arbeitsatmosphäre bekomen habe, wollte ich mal die Experten / Berater hier fragen, was Ihr zu folgenden Punkten sagen könnt:

  • Wie stark wird das Up-or-Out-Prinzip verfolgt?
  • Wie ist die "Kollegialität" im Team?
  • Wie ist derzeit die Stimmung in der Firma?

Danke schon einmal und viele Grüße

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Anonymous replied on Jun 30, 2019


If you post in English you will get many more answers!

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