I worked for Taylor and in that time it was a laid back job. They are heavily leveraged by their one big client, so management/executives will do anything for them including (as reported by veterans): yelling at their employees to "paint their computers blue if that's what they want!"
Management was severely disliked by the members of the team, stories constantly being told about the vice president of technical services. Sad to say; he was a nice man, but the team had nothing but bad experiences with him.
What was really telling about how Taylor employees are valued by the executives was when an executive from their client asked if we'd been receiving raises that had been allocated in the contract for many years. Members of the team that had up to 20 years of service with Taylor were dumfounded and shocked, and said "We've received no raises." Executive management was contacted and asked about this, and the response was that they'd hired someone and that took the money. Hard to believe, when the contract is likely modified to give more funds to pay for someone new. Eventually, some 3% raises came down after this was discovered.
All in all, a decent place to work and very low stress. Disturbing that career employees were denied raises that the one big customer they have had allotted to them over several years. Dirty pool!