When I started with Firestone, it was an excellent company that cared a lot for it's employees, even the bottom run guys. A little over a years ago, they changed the corporate structure, and it has been a change for the worse. While it's easier to get ahold of upper management, the care for it's employees is not the same. There has been tremendous turn-over in the last few months, and it's getting worse. Compensation has dropped, benefits have tanked, and it's become a much more stressful company to work for. Daily quotas, weekly conference calls, driving 2 - 3+ hours for unnecessary training. It's just too much.
Decent compensation, health benefits fairly good.
Too much "blame game", work/life balance is horrible.