For an organization that has been around for over 20 years, it is surprising that their employee engagement from an HR perspective and from a team on boarding / responsibility perspective is completely non existent.
There is no element of engagement with senior management, apart from when the annual Gallup, etc. surveys float around that drive the company's employee satisfaction metrics. No opportunity for networking, it very much felt like a job and not a career, nor a place that was welcoming from a long term perspective.
Based on my experience, there are a lot of individuals who have been with the company for many years, or for that matter have solely worked for this organization. Expense reports are always fought by accounts payable, and the travel and expense policy is a detriment to any individual traveling on behalf of the organization.
There are set hours of 9-6 despite it being a salaried organization; I cannot understand how one is held to such a requirement when a truly professional organization is only worried about the production of the individual.
Clients that use the products could perhaps open doors for new opportunities
Culture, travel and expense policy, lack of career tracks, lack of management training