For career starters (and gear heads alike) it's a nice stepping ground, a lot of exposure to a variety of automotive R&D processes, and a lot of very seasoned individuals to learn from. However there is a few generation gaps as the corporation has failed to maintain resources and staff in the 90s and 2000s. People are very welcoming in the facility, however many have histories with why they are still where they are in the corporation (re: lack of growth, pension removed/decline in benefits along with stagnant pay after the first 3/4 years). Management fails to manage, either do not care any more due to the above reasons, or fail to know how to manage by just supervising, and not proving any support.
Corporately it is a very top heavy organization with a plethora of high level VPs (used to be a handful, now several dozen to hundreds), and low population of worker bees.
Cafeteria has a goregous view
Lack of growth, no training (lack of funds for)