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Long. Firedrills have become the norm as management and the impact of regulation reform has taken grasp. Many employees just trying to get through the next drill rather than having the time to improve.

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Actually working for the company may be OKAY but I don't know because someone is running an employment scam in the name of their company and a valid employee name. Any company that has/would allow this to contunue in their name can't be all that good.

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I feel that they may struggle due to budget constaints on the regulatory teams, leading to lack of promotion and lack of new hires.

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They promise you things at start of joining of job, but later will not deliver on it. Do not rely on fake promises of mgmt or HR at times of Signing Up.

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