Pros: 4 wks of vacation
Cons: micro management, no job opportunities, no hr presence onsite, employees didn't work well together.
This was the worst place I've ever worked. My manager has a history of problems with his assistants. His first assistant was reassigned, his second assistant resigned after 3 months, and I quit. Additionally there is no HR presence onsite and if you do choose to notify them of your concerns you should expect retaliation. We had several employees concerned with the office environment and the high turnover rate spoke volumes. In most companies this would be a red flag.
Additionally, I refused to work for a manager who had daily mood swings, micromanaged, and played mind games. Everything had to be discussed 100 times, and changed a 100 times. Work was always made to be way more stressful than it needed to be. I felt as though I had worked there for 10 years.
Additionally the majority of the employees in our office weren't professional. People didn't work well together and there were a lot of bad attitudes amongst several departments. I truly feel certain employees acted out because neither management or HR would hold their behavior and/or actions accountable. Overall, not a healthy work environment.
I will say that I've always heard great things about the corporate Louisville office. Their team members were pleasant to work with, and they always had a professional demeanor. The company also provided some nice perks such as 4 weeks of vacation and the compensation was good. My suggestion would be to research the department in which you're applying because I think the company great. Just be sure the person you're working for is great too.