A typical day was one where you could perform your job with little interference by upper management. However, a couple of the higher ups never had a problem fabricating things so they could fire you. And, HR is known for ignoring problems and letting good people go in spite of the evidence that supported the employee, not the firing directors. It is too bad that several co-workers I know were very good at their jobs, but because they refused to violate the U.S. Constitution and state law, the directors found reasons to fire them.
Closer to home town feel
Golden boy directors who cannot do wrong, even though they violate the law