Vice President, Facilities
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She has a side business called Medina Consult; the funny thing is that the site has no site visits from customers at all for the past couple months. Matter fact metrics shows her business seems like it’s been going down hill for the past year! LMFAO!
Where do I start?
Let’s start on the fact that she needs to make up her mind on the things she wants and expects from ppl. It’s called communication 101! Setting the baseline and expectations. Second, as an employer there I wouldn’t be surprised if anyone who is interested in learning about the organization, the leaders and the business in whole in further understanding how WWE works. Not with Janine! She will scold you if she catches learning/researching about the company during down time at the job. What Janine needs to do is instead of flying to LA and complaining about her Marriot reservation and her first class flight not being up to par to her standards and not having a red carpet treatment she needs to book the next flight and hotel reservation to the nearest leadership conference held in understanding what the hell leadership is. I have never held a VP position nor overseen a whole facility department but I’m sure it’s more than coming to work wearing Tom Ford glasses and mules
with severe crusty feet. I swear it’s like seeing Mrs. Doubtfire wearing luxury brands; it’s an eye sore of a sight to see.
Expect the following: Janine will state she doesn’t like FanBoys from their employees but will perspire when she hears Roman Reigns name mentioned (she has an ongoing fan collection of items pertaining to the wrestler in her office). Furthermore, she will expect you to know everything of the dept within the first couple days there. She will talk to you as if you’re an idiot or you don’t know how to perform your job if you were to ask her one question. If you were to do your job and lead it the way you want to she will find everything wrong with but if you were to ask her then how she you like for certain programs to be run, you will get the deer in the headlight look with no clear response. She doesn’t even know what she desires or wants. In adding she has a circle of ppl that she is close with. You will hear her mention her “circle” a lot (office politics). She may critically critique the lack of ownership on others or critique ppl’s lack of “confidence”. Please know this, she sounds so unsure of herself within her weekly meetings (you can hear it in her voice as it sounds extremely shaky). This is something expected from a brand new employee who is at the bottom of the totem pole but not from a Vice President. She does not own up to her failures or mistakes in-front of her employees (she will push it over to you). Talk about great leadership right? The next time she criticises other ppl’s minor mistakes, please know this too that she dropped the ball with a huge event that was shut down in Mexico due to a failure of payment to a vendor from her. In adding, she does get chewed out from Frank (her boss) on the regular. My only thing, is she needs to live up to her own words. Lastly, I firmly believe that she invades her employee’s personal privacy outside of work hrs.
In closing, I would highly recommend anyone coming here to expect a Mom and Pop work atmosphere rather than the “corporate” experience as any employee would anticipate.
Side note: I will become more successful than her in every aspect imaginable.
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