– January 15, 2013
Unfortunately, that happens in every IT department of every industry. Its a shame that it happens. The people that you speak of often forget that the client could blow THEM away in their own area of expertise.
Junebug1 – September 4, 2012
SAS "ideal" was from the 80s and early 90s -- it has so changed and become just another I company. SAS does have layoffs -- they just don't have to be reported because it is a private company. And for everyone good manager there are 4 bad ones. Among the division leaders there is pettiness and in-fighting -- and some employees suffer and are pawns in their games and suffer. And the healthcare -- yes, they have it on campus. WHY? Because if you go and they don't think you are too sick -- you go back to work. All that glitters is not gold.
MartyJo – March 25, 2013
Because many of them have been cutting their benefits - particularly medical insurance.