Cool Tech and Lot's to Learn, But Management Doesn't Invest
Engineer (Current Employee) – Dunwoody, GA – March 8, 2015
I've been with the company for almost 2 years, one of which in operations, and have found that most managers have little to no interest in investing in their current staff in any way, shape or form. Turnover is high for the most qualified and competent engineers, leaving the least competent with the seniority, leading the worst people to leadership positions.
In addition, there is little to no investment in infrastructure. Some internal IT assets still run on late-90's Sun SPARC servers. Anything new is just a facade.
Finally, regardless of whether you're on-call or not, you're on-call, and will be disciplined for not answering your personal phone on your off day, despite no on-call compensation.
Free soda in the break room, some cool co-workers
Poor healthcare plans, poor management, high turnover, poor compensation, poor overall outlook, no investment in staff or infrastructure.