Company was not performing well, resulting in divestitures and cut-backs, both in technology and projects, and mass lay-offs of employees - by groups and entire divisions, while the company was performing divestitures.
Work life balance and salary were fine, and ranked well. However, growth opportunities, forward thinking, diversity and encouragement of women in IT were lacking, as the environment tended to be old school and conservative.
Technologically, it was diverse, either very far ahead, or deeply lagging behind.
Communication across teams and across the organization was challenging, and re-organizations, hiring/layoffs were a fact of life, that impacted the day to day quality of the workplace.
However, it was a great learning experience, and salary and benefits were excellent, and market comparable.