Poor Work/Life Balance, Poor Outlook For IT Professionals
Information Technology (Current Employee), Corporate Services – May 29, 2014
Pros: decent benefits
Cons: 70+ hr work weeks
Sadly mismanaged from the top down. No room for advancement, they hire consultants although they "say" they promote from within. Poor pay compared to the amount of hours actually worked to complete your duties.
Operations (Former Employee), Corporate – December 17, 2013
Cons: not a good place if you want fast career progression
Worked for this organization for many years in a variety of responsibilities. The overall management is focused, generally calm and clear minded and fiscally responsible. Do not expect to climb the organization ladder with speed because, the organization is generally stable, people tend to stay on for long periods and the pay is good. A great place – more... to be if you are starting a career and want good coaching. – less
It can be a great place to work depending on the department you work in.
Quality Assurance Labeling Coordinator (Former Employee), Covington, GA – November 22, 2013
Bard is a high on education and you can have your complete college education paid for though the company. It the past few years they have work hard to help you get the training you need to complete your job. Management has changed in the past few years. It has become a hard place to get into if you do not know anyone who works there.