I loved AIP! I wish they didn't let me go. At the time I was there, they had a daycare facility which helped out greatly for the little ones. Working was great, easy going, great team efforts. I picked up a few tips and tricks from other co-workers which helped speed up my job functionality. In my department, management changed so many times, it was tough to figure out what to do exactly. But the Supervisor was the same and was great, they tried real hard to keep things going smoothly during any transition - KUDOS to them! There was quite a bit of pressure at the job, but nothing overly stressful. There were many social aspects and the co-workers were all friendly. (Some grumps lurked around, but they never hindered the friendly ones.) One thing I did like, management did help out with additional resources (like new computers) when it was needed. But, when the company was downsizing, they let go of a lot of people. Mostly looking at their 'numbers' and not the person they were letting go. As I found it it was a negative, not just for me, but company wise. The people they did get rid of were the ones who helped bring the company originally out of the darkness and into the light. From what I hear from others who still work there, the morale is low & sad now. Pitty. It 'was' a nice place to work at.
Benefits, Healthcare, 401b, Co-workers friendly
No more daycare, Management is always on your TAIL, Non-profit organization, mid-low salaries