This organization is headed in the right direction. However they are still stuck in the late 80's with much of they way they do business. If you are good at process improvement, and are a hard worker, and can put up with opposition from people who have been doing the same job the same way for 30+ years then there isn't a level that you cannot reach in this organization from a management standpoint. They need to do away with the union also because it cause much of the workers to be unproductive. In short if you can put up with the culture here there is plenty of room for career progression.
Job security and advancement for hard workers
bad business practices