However, there are big cultural differences between some of the departments here. I'm learning the more longer I work here. I started as a temp and should be converted to an employer closer to new years 2020. I'm working in Client Services at the moment, and there is a work flow schedule that I was not aware would be applied to my role. To me, this is very similar to typical Call Center Culture, and not in line with the Autodesk culture, but that is just my opinion. Other department, outside of Client Services, are not made to adhere to the same schedule structure; they have more freedom to manage their own work/time as they see fit.
As long as Autodesk doesn't try to cram us all together like sardines and doesn't try to make schedule adherence a potentially terminable stat I am happy for the moment.
They do have more pros than cons.
Lot's of natural light from the windows, everyone has sit/stand desks, laptops, dual monitors, wireless keyboards and mice, Themes on each floor of the building and each conference room as well (state parks, space, fountain themes), free food often, ping pong, shuffle board, dart board, open kambucha bar, free snacks and fruit, flavored bubbly water and coffee, phone booths for privacy, a library, massage chairs, and roof top access (non-smoking), lots of company discounts as well.