Rachel Sanchez in my opinion, is probably a great leader but has no idea how poorly her management team treats employees.
Under immediate management, be prepared for NO communication so you're on your own. And communication is ONLY by email as they discourage direct contact with employees.
There are NO corrective measures or warnings for employees if mistakes are made... other than termination.
They do NOT deliver on promises made!
They have NO idea about what they're doing but instead depend on outside contractors to bring in professionalism or take their best guess.
Do NOT attempt to inform them about current laws when there are violations, you'll pay the price on that one (those that have certifications/licenses beware!!!!!!).
Beware of taking positions you assume are normal, you'll usually end up as a sub-contractor working for another sub-contractor to the actual client... they like to keep that a secret until after you're committed.
They'll tell you proceed in one direction, and then require another direction when you least expect it. They'll want people to take charge, and then micromanage anyway.