I came to CO-OP as part of a merger, so I have not always been a CO-OP employee. My overall impression of the company is that it is an OK place to work. It's neither great, nor is it the worst place I have worked.
The culture is still developing, after the merger. Management seems quite deliberate in their actions, but this also means they are often slower to move forward. At times, it feels very much like working for a government, with the speed at which decisions are discussed and made.
Pay, to date, is sub-par. While I have moved over with my previous salary (which was vastly below what I should be making), there is little movement to bring me up to a proper salary, in spite of the conversations and evidence supporting my request.
friendly co-workers, food trucks on Thursdays, great benefits
below average pay, slow to make decisions, very bureaucratic