Pros: nice people, decent pay
Cons: disorganized, unprofessional, unnecessary rules and regulations, horrible communication, no advancement opportunities
I worked with the company for just under 2 years, started out very excited about the prospect of actually helping the GIS/IT department change some things, hopefully institute new and improved methods. After a few months I realized that was completely out of the question and the way we did things was pretty inefficient and management didn't seem to – more... care.
The management shares no information, whether it be with other managers/supervisors or even the relevant employees so I always felt completely in the dark about any changes to policy, or even to day-to-day work flow.
There is some incredibly unprofessional behavior with some of the staff that it just accepted by management, however if you haven't been there as long as these people, you can be written up for relatively minor things.
That said, other than a few very unnecessary rules (there are permitted break times, and you shouldn't be taking any breaks outside of those times, and now you can't even leave the property during those times) it was a decent place to work. Decent salary and benefits. Just don't expect to get a job here and advance your career in any way, for me it was a complete standstill for almost 2 years while I tried to find another job. – less