Pros: depending on your position, they pay fairly well and the benefits are pretty good
Cons: unless you are in a high powered position, there isn't much challenge or "team working"
Initially the company was a nice place to work for. The employees were friendly and helpful to each other. The work was interesting and kept me busy, which is something that is important. The company was bought out by a major company involved in health insurance and other projects pertaining to healthcare. After the acquisition of the AIM things changed greatly within the company. Little by little employees were leaving and new lines of business were being incorporated. Departments were be phased out and people were losing jobs. The overall management became rather cold and didn't seem to care as much about the people as was once the case. Job structures changed greatly. Many employees were losing interest in the direction the company was taking. The benefits were pretty standard, insurance, sick days, holidays, personal days that type of thing. They also had a quarterly bonus program that all employees did get some benefit from. The overall moral was not the same upbeat kind of place. The work was typical administrative assistant type work. Not a lot of challenge . Can't say that I really hated the place, but it was disappointing to see it take the direction it did from when I initially joined the company. Change is always good, but when it is so drastic and the structure of the company completely changes, much of it without warning, it becomes the type of place that you go to each day just because you need a job.