Used to be a good place to work, but not any longer.
Pros: good retirement benefits
Cons: management, lack of promotions, no training or conference money, only 8 federal holidays
Company is constantly chipping away at the benefits package in order to reduce corporate costs. Pay raises have been very small over the past 5 years in order to manage costs. Management is not trustworthy. Nepotism was commonplace in the Division I supported--upper management hires neighbors, friends, and relatives.