The company spouts a lot of great things about work/life balance, being healthy, room for growth, ect. It sounds good, but once your there do you feel those things? No. I started my first day in my department with my manager and team lead bashing my future coworkers to me. Set a good tone. I quickly realised that your worth was judged on how much overtime you worked (even if you weren't really working) and your willingness to give up your weekends. If they realize your a good worker, they squeeze you for as much as they can. The way to move up, is by kissing up to managers and giving them info on your coworkers. The director, managers and team leads stand around, on the floor talking about people in loud voices. No professionalism, a bully mentality. The few who go above them to complain, are quickly filtered out. The culture is terrible. No one is happy, everyone is always looking for another job. They keep people because the pay isn't bad and the pto is decent. Good luck getting time off though. They won't tell you the holidays they list for you, they'll really expect you to work. Don't worry, management won't be there though. Insurance is terrible, expect to pay for everything yourself and also pay more if you dont give humana axcess to your health information. It was my worst work experience.
Decent pay, ok pto, lax dress code
Short lunch. mandatory holidays, ot, weekends. Favoritism. Poor treatment by terrible management.