I enjoyed no office environment, very self motivated so foremen left me to my own devices, the company is now depending more on standards Vs. individuality which helped get the company to get where it is and diminishing the possibility of new innovations. It does take care of it's employees exceptionally well with very good benefits that are disappearing in this modern job world to reduce cost, which in my opinion COP shows it wants to take care/appreciation of it's employees.Had a bad year a while back, had emergency back surgery (not related to work) and was out for a few weeks, sprained foot on a dirt bike (out for 3 days), then was in a horrific car accident (not work related either) that i should have not lived through, and 85% that i'll never walk again, and a TBI so severe my people were informed that I may not have the capacity to work at Mc'D's or be a greeter at wamart! The Short Term Disability kept me from losing everything even though it dropped to 60%, I had my job back after a super quick astounding healing time of 6 months (originally proposed 2+ years), and it was just coming back from vacation plus lots of paperwork. Only a very few companies do similar duties, usually let go w/w out a severance of some sort especially it happening not on company time, so it was awesomely appreciated, so I felt the urge to go above and beyond what was in the job responsibilities.
great benefits, working alone
becoming a little to corporate, causing too much red tape and costly delays