Pros: fairly flexible with schedules, benefits pretty good, nicely remodeled offices
Cons: mediocre pay, not a wall street player, tight budgets, old systems, lots of tech baid aids...little resources
Sift through a hundred system generated emails, more emails, conference calls that last too long, outdated inefficient systems with tons of patches and problems and not enough resources to get things done right.
People are nice to work with for most part, but everyone feels the pain and stress, one manager was nice but didn't keep us in the loop on – more... training, the other was a brown nosing douche who liked to micro manage and produce a ton of documentation with his name on it. – less