I've recently got a new job at a company that is mainly sales based. My job is developing and maintaining the website, there are just two of us who do this (My boss and I).
The company is incredibly draconian and has some incredibly stupid rules and procedures, for example;
- When you arrive at work you must put your phone in a locker until the end of the day
- You must inform HR when you arrive for work and every time you take a break or go on lunch
- Computers are monitored 24/7
- Personal talk is not permitted
These are just a few of a long list, I would understand if the company handled sensitive data or had other security concerns but it's just a straight forward sales company.
I am without doubt going to leave as soon as the opportunity arises and i have no issue with burning bridges but i feel bad for my boss, He has no control over these rules and procedures but I know for a fact no half-decent developer will work for a company when these rules and procedures are in place as there are much better opportunity's out there.
Is it worth mentioning something when I leave or should I just stay quiet and not burn any bridges?