Workplace culture is sorely lacking. Despite values such as Integrity, Innovation, Collaboration, and Respect, when it comes down to it, management does not trust their staff to do their jobs. This starts at the very top of the organization and is seen in all levels of management. Even though there is a lot of talk by upper management encouraging supervisors to allow collaboration, leadership, and innovation within their staff, when employees attempt to work within these allowances and encouragement, management quickly reprimands even minor mistakes. There is an unwritten expectation of perfection that is not achievable, so staff stop trying new things and, hence, the culture is stuck in a much older decade.
Even though the benefits are great (healthcare, wellness plan, etc.), they are NOT worth the negative, degrading and soul-sucking day-to-day environment that one must endure to to earn them. This is true of certain departments more than others, but overall the culture is not one in which individuals are given the support and encouragement to be successful, and to be truly well and healthy. I know more people that have gotten sick because of the stress associated with working here, than any other place I have worked.
Great benefits package.
Management; actual culture does not match marketed culture; work-life balance is not good