Bureacratic old-school company. Good people.
Pros: great people
Cons: bureacratic and inefficient culture
Lots of great people. Company overloaded with forms and processes. Regular workers have almost no access to VP's, and generally not invited to any meetings with VPs. Lots of talk about making improvements, but most improvements are for show, with no real substance. Limited or no IT support. Very restricted use of technology. e.g. PM's not allowed to use MS Project. SharePoint available, but nobody knows how to use it well, and IT does not allow SharePoint Designer to be used. New CEO seems to have no market strategy and provides no guidance to regular workers about where the company is going, except for lots of layoffs.