Management does care about their employees. However, if you do anything to go against the mold and anger ownership or the HR dept, you will be blacklisted. There was a ton of immaturity from ownership and Human Resources. They don't realize how many great managers they actually have. They use the term "loyalty" as a form of manipulation to justify harsh treatment of employees and managers. The ownership is very reactive instead of proactive. If you have worked there for 30 years and you are not a manager, you will have the ownerships ear over any good manager. This business unless it commits to a full culture change, will not be as successful as they want you to believe. When people give their 2 weeks notice, they frequently terminate the person immediately. I witnessed them really fight unemployment claims as well, so be prepared to fight for that if you work here.
There are a few managers who literally hold that company together. When they start to leave, I guarantee that it will slowly crumble. Be careful what you say because rumors fly around everywhere in that place. The president of the company personally gets involved with rumors and jumps to conclusions. This creates an extremely toxic management environment.
I left because it was too toxic and they would purposely make you feel like you didn't have any job security just to make you work harder. In other words, treat you like a child. The President is younger, and his father handed him the keys to the business. He has convinced himself that he has every single answer and doesn't rely on the people with the real expertise to make his business thrive. Simply put, he's a child playing a mans game.