Company sets unrealistic profit margins and panics each quarter when, despite the numbers being good, the numbers don't meet the goals set by the president. This leads to a lot of blame passed down from execs and an inevitable changing of the guard where new VPs are brought in, middle management is re-arranged in the midst of a mid-level housecleaning, all as a knee-jerk reaction.
In my 2 years at TTI, I am already seeing the 3rd group of VPs and they are doing what each of the last did: Mass firing with the intent of bringing along their pals from their prior companies. The current group has already lost the trust of their workers and demolished morale in the workplace with an ongoing discussion of eliminating jobs and relocating the company to the Carolinas.
If you are okay with not having real job security, low morale, and mediocre pay and benefits, TTI may be the place for you!