Pros: good compensation, opportunity to help people
Cons: constantly monitored and evaluated, micromanaged, no involvement in the decision-making process, no opportunity for advancement in the company, less than ideal working hours, very limited role for professionals
The company has a valid mission but there is extremely poor corporate leadership and the result is a myriad of problems anytime a new process or program is implemented. Processes are changed about every year and it seems as though most decisions are not thought through. There is a huge disconnect between corporate, management and employees. Most employees – more... are frustrated and discouraged. Professionals are limited in their role and not given their typical level of respect or freedom to do their job well. Micromanagement and a lack of trust in employees is the culture and tends to choke anyone with a drive to excell at what they do. Employees are constantly monitored, even after years of excellent performance.
Professionals are treated like children at times. Co-workers are great to work with but again most feel very constrained by all the limits of the job and the micromanagement. Management tries to create ways to evaluate your performance, but since they are not knowledgable about your field, they tend to focus on minor things that are not relevant to doing your job well.
The company does compensate you well for what you do. – less