Pros: good co-workers, advancement to mid-level, great benefits, poor oversight
Cons: low direction, no training, schizophrenic management, low pay
CSG is a great place to start at the bottom and build your way to the middle. Many employees have started as temps and grown into mid-level employees which will forever change their business prospects. Co-workers are wonderful people who try very hard to be make the program successful despite the best efforts of management.
Oh the management! The majority – more... of our office's management were hired with no background in our field and possessed little interest in learning about what the company produces and how it runs. Management is universally accepted as reclusive, rarely responses to communication and needs to be cornered to receive information vital to fulfilling your job functions. Decisions are made from the top down with little consultation from the middle or concept of resource management. Rather than applying the resources to do a few things well, management would prefer to do many things poorly. Moral was crushingly low with employees openly looking for other work from their desks.
Salaries and willingness to promote have grown progressively worse. The only way to increase your salary is to be promoted. Salary increases used to be merit based but each year they have tightened into becoming cost of living and currently less than. – less