Under Cardno, ATC turned out to be an excellent company.
General and Department Management was great with the exception of the office manager at the Dallas office that was a bit on the racist side.
The organization, set goals and clear distribution of responsibilities, made the transition an easy one to this office.
The benefits where spectacular. I would of love to stay there.
The bad part, I got pregnant and I was not profitable to the company, so they changed me from salaried to hourly and never gave me any hours after I had the baby. But on their defense, I had a complicated pregnancy with bed rest and management provided possibilities for me to stay employed with health coverage but at the end, I was let go anyway
company car, phone expenses, per diem
no maternity benefits