Pros: you have a job
Cons: poor healthcare, boring office, no team work, boring outdated staff, work in cubes, micromanaged, dull, benefits are slim to none
You work in a cube, you are micro managed, there is little to no team work as there is zero team or actually positive culture at Array. The "leadership," seem like a boys club and play the DC contractor position trying to partner with any and everyone as often as they can. It's an incredibly boring job, managers don't care about you, no one seems happy and although they are moving into new practice areas it all boils down to partners. The proposals are dull and I dread the office. The politics are off the charts. I repeat, the politics are off the charts. Good luck if a manager even looks you in the eye. There is a very strong vibe of employees owing the company, very little towards the employees. The pay is low, the hours are long, the office is dull and boring and the politics just drain the life out of you. Hardest part of my job is having respect for managers. They just need to stay in the contracting field and not try to get creative with the organization. Everything is about the "board," and the board lets you know that. Not a place for out of the box, innovative thinkers who enjoy contributing to their workforce and team work.