Not a place for slackers. Everybody works hard and we all have important work to do. We take pride in the work we do here and the people in the field that it supports. Environment is small enough that everybody knows everybody and you feel like part of the extended team.
There are a lot of long timers here (several with 10+ yrs that I can think of offhand) and that tends to say a lot about the place. For those that don't fit in or are not very productive, it will be clear within the first few months and management does not keep them around to weigh down or disrupt the rest of the team. Better to start over and find the right contributors to keep up morale with the overall group.
It is in a rural environment, which makes the commute nice by getting to avoid the freeways, but going out for lunch is more of a challenge since Mickey D's isn't right around the corner. To make up for the latter, they have free lunch stuff onsite.
There is an ebb and flow to the business, so there are some busy periods with lots of OT along with normal and slow ones. Benefits are good. EOY holiday shutdowns are nice.
Free lunch/refreshments onsite, quiet commute, decent benefits, holiday shutdown
Smaller size and long term employees limits upward opportunities