Pros: coworkers are great
Cons: don't expect any more than 2% raises
Communication is lacking between the client and SDLC.
•Unless you have the tech skills to move to Consultant II level, there really isn't anywhere to go after a year.
• Training process is severely lacking.
•Extreme gossip and office politics.
•The work is repetitive and tedious, wonderful for dull type A personalities, torturous for outgoing type B.
•Lack of meaningful stimulation in a cubicle farm.
•Big Brother environment.
•SDLC wants you to promote their company by brown-nosing in your free time.
•You aren't paid for attending mandatory company meetings, you must use your own break time—your payment is in pizza.
• As an employee, you're easily discarded. If you don't quickly live up to the high expectations of the client, you'll be replaced immediately with a fresh-faced recent grad.