Pros: excellent leadership, direct leadership from supervisors and managers, close knit teams, regular coachings and team meetings, rewards for excellent team work such as free breaks and lunches
Cons: insufficient health coverage, not a family oriented company, company makes employees feel expendable, unclear on promotional opportunities, open door policy but there are few actions taken on hr issues, very strong sense of the employees voice not being heard, earned incentives are regularly paid late or not at all
While my leadership team is extremely helpful and understanding, the benefits are horrible. Coverage is expensive and does not cover much more than yearly exams. The company themselves do not seem to care much for their employees and make it difficult to truly take care of my customers' needs effectively. Advancing is extremely difficult unless you are crossing departments. While advancement opportunities are available, the recruiting team does not seem to take seniority and experience into consideration for those positions.