Pay is sub par, benefits are actually really good. The biggest benefit is that you can't get fired unless you show up to work intoxicated or steal from the company.
There is no room for advancement unless you're part of the club. If you are, you don't have to meet minimum job requirements. Overall, management is the worst I've seen in my career. They are top heavy and are adding more management positions.
There's no training, whether it's for the job you're doing, the one you're being asked to do or one you might be interested in. It's not a place to grow and have a career. It is a great place to start your career, gain some experience and leave.
Yearly reviews are based on popularity. Metrics or even objective observation don't happen. Most people don't really work throughout the day. Everyone just kind of hangs out, some things get done and fires are put out as they come up.
I didn't enjoy working there. I did like my co-workers. Most of the people there are pleasant to be around and want professional development, including challenging work, but the company doesn't support them.
It would be nice if EDF could get their act together. There is a lot of potential in the company.
No path for advancement, employee morale, no training