Pros: friendly people
Cons: misguided mission/propose, ironic compensation. (paying tithing on wages paid from tithing)
Not sure why I ever wanted to work for TSCC.. It was always a career decision for me, and I did learn a lot in my field while working there, but I become a sale out emotionally and compromised my personal integrity and self worth in order to conform to the organization, it was not worth it.
Many co-workers felt cookie cutter to me, who seemed to make decisions only to fit in with the crowd. Group think ran rampant.
The hardest part of the Job: Putting up with those who adamantly supported their decisions based on receiving "inspiration" or "personal revelation" (as taught they should do in leadership training's). Which often conflicted with opposing views by other parties who received conflicting "inspiration" about the same project. This gave individuals an inflated sense of entitlement when making decisions.
Leaders and decision makers made business and "Secular" decisions based on the "promptings of the spirit"
Attending Monday devotionals were not mandatory, but being assigned to give the devotional once a year was.
People were generally very nice. But the pressure to conform was always there, and judgement and gossip was quite common.
As you can imagine many employees are very devout Mormons, many supporting family's with 10+ kids.
Prayers before and after most meetings and 1 on 1's
I felt bad that many people who truly loved working there got layed off, while I, who wanted out and was hoping for that severance package, had to stay.
I found another job shortly after.