I worked here for over 5 years during it's most prominent time. It was caught doing something bad, did very little to make up for it, and lost it's positive vibe somewhere along the way. The co-workers I had were great, however, they were all leaving for better opportunities and benefits. Even those who did not set out for a real career, eventually found their path thanks to the educational benefits. However, those benefits were not enough to keep the talent in house. I would fear for my job while watching my colleagues leave, whether they wanted to or not. Education is ultimately what you make of it and I did learn a great deal from Apollo because I always constantly sought more knowledge, and it was there for the taking.
Educational benefits, resources
Medical benefits, poor 401k plan, massive cutbacks, subpar branding and image