For the Pole Load Analysis work group, they are flexible with your time so long as they aren't on crunch time or coming close to a deadline. If a deadline is coming, expect that you will be held accountable for every single minute that you put in. They keep track of your time down to the minute during crunch time.
Training is lousy, but if you catch on quickly, it doesn't go unnoticed. The issue is professionalism. Not many people here have it. Management is hit and miss, and there are some serious cases of favoritism going on. Several people working here are family members.
There is little to no advancement available.
Nearly everyone is friendly, but there are always exceptions to be had.
Job security doesn't exist. If they have a lot of contracts, they hire a lot of people. When they run low on work, expect waves of layoffs. They tell you that work is seasonal in this way as well, which is somewhat true. Due to the outdoor nature of what you are analyzing, work slows down during the winter. But they have contracts in Southern states too, so.... (I would guess that they actually suck at bidding on jobs, but I wouldn't know)