Pros: some depts have flex schedules and telecommuting opportunities
Cons: no raises, poor health insurance, depts being shipped over-seas, poor management
Employees are not valued
The only thing taken into consideration when decisions are made is what "business impact" things have. Employees are not taken into consideration.
Almost every year for the past 6 years, even top performers have taken a pay cut due to dismal raises and increased health insurance premiums and deductibles.
On a daily basis, entire – more... teams are being laid off and moved to India
Performance goals are increased until even top performers are let go
Most departments have quarterly work-schedule lotteries... which means you don't have control over your schedule and it changes every quarter.
Any absence that is not planned 4 weeks a head is "unplanned". You can only have 3 "unplanned" absences you get put on performance warnings. This means you and your kids can't get sick and all doctor appts have to be scheduled 4 weeks in advance.
Constant management change and realignment which often puts people into leadership positions for departments they do not have the basic knowledge to run day to day functions.
Almost all training departments have been eliminated which makes training sketchy and inconsistent.
This is not a stable place to work and employee morale is very low – less