Pros: free coffee, soda, and bi-weekly company meetings to announce how well the company is doing
Cons: deceiptful upper management and poor career pathing
I worked at Allonhill for over 3 years during which time I managed some of the largest and most profitable engagements. My efforts resulted in the regular improvement of gross margins and in deals that consistently brought in a profit.
In every other company I've worked at, including McDonald's back in my high school days, such accomplishments would – more... have led to a salary increase and a promotion. Instead Allonhill included me in a round of layoffs this past December. No advance notice was provided, no severance package was offered (even after 3 years!), and this was weeks before Christmas!
It takes efforts to earn acclaim for how badly a company mistreats its employees and Allonhill earned that award in my book. Unfortunately, I'm not the only person who has been treated equally poorly by Allonhill (over 400 were fired in 2012 and now they're looking to hire more people!?). But don't just take my word, run a quick Google search and you'll see tons of similar responses regarding the mistreatment offered by this company.
As a final thought, Allonhill fired nearly every due diligence manager back in December and now they've realized that that may have been a bad idea. That goes to show how expandable you'll be to their future. – less