1800flowers.com

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InHerSight Score

1.9

 
Personal Development

Personal Development

2.0
Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

2.4
Family Support

Family Support

1.4
3.5 Learning Opportunities
3.5 Salary Satisfaction
2.5 Management Opportunities for Women
2.5 Sponsorship or Mentorship Program
2.0 Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
2.0 Paid Time Off
2.0 The People You Work With
1.5 Family Growth Support
1.5 Female Representation in Top Leadership
1.5 Maternity and Adoptive Leave
1.0 Ability to Telecommute
1.0 Company Responsiveness
1.0 Flexible Work Hours
1.0 Social Activities and Environment
1.0 Wellness Initiatives

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Great people bad management

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Call center work. Answering calls from customers and florists. During holiday times called "Critical Days" everyone was expected to be there. Once you were in your desk, you were expected to stay there your entire shift and you were fed catered fast food. Bathroom breaks were timed and if you were late or stayed on break too long you were penalized. If you called in sick or did not show up for your shift, you were fired. There was no consideration for family matters, child care difficulties or maternity leave. I left the company in 2007. Now they have the ability for working at home instead of in a center.

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