It's not a bad place to work, if you are the complacent type that isn't interested in career advancement. I've invested several years, thus far, and have yet to truly feel valued. I acknowledge the stable income the job yields, but it is just a job, unfortunately, nothing more and nothing less. Most all employees are intelligent, start off eager, are hard working and motivated. But, the annual raises are about 1-2% and the annual potential bonus is not amazing either. Managers don't really focus on your development. This is sad. It'd be a much better place if managenent was SIGNIFICANTLY more invested in the professional growth of employees. As that is far from the case, I can say that working here will bring disappointment for anyone who wants to develop any good transferable skills. That being said, enter at your own risk.
It's hard to take any time off, bad work/life balance due to the overwhelming high amount of work; poor career advancement outlook