A typical day at work involved pushing projects through the pipeline. A real heads-down, hunker down kind've place. My day was colored by unnecessary busywork characterized by redundant, often confusing processes.
This is not the company it was years ago. Very PC, very corporate now. Training was also abysmal, probably because the work flow was constantly tweaked and changed. As another poster mentioned, IF you are fortunate enough to have friends in high places, you will be fine.
The greatest benefit to working here would be work-life balance, as most employees don't work more than 40 hours per week. Depending on your department, you also have flex time and could work from home.
There are definitely better places to work.
Work life balance, pay check.