Pros: Worked from home
Cons: Poor communication, Poor management, Not given tools / time needed to be successful
Expectations changed on a weekly basis without much communication from management. In general, the management was very poor at communicating expectations and company goals to the people on the ground who had direct interaction with the client.
Internally it was difficult to find assistance from other departments.
It was great to work from home, yet at the same time you are expected to always be available, whether it is before/after normal work hours or on weekends.
My direct coworkers are great people who are always willing to assist. Management needs an overhaul as people who do not have the leadership qualities to be in that position keep getting promoted about their skill level.
I loved the prior CEO and thought he had great vision, but not so sure about the current CEO. He does not share as much and it is hard to determine where your place in the company is or how you fit into the bigger picture.