During the period of time I was employed, we had quite a bit of turn-over on my team. (In fact, I've noticed that the Recruiting team has again turned over.) It made it hard to get to know people - most kept to themselves.
There were a few Hiring Managers that treated the Recruiting staff quite unprofessionally - one in particular was a high level VP. She made things very stressful and unreasonable. I understand that she was trying to help move the field of Cancer research forward, but that does not give one the latitude to treat others as inferior.
In that same vent, I worked with some GREAT Hiring Managers that relied upon my years of expertise to guide them to hire the best candidates. Thankfully they outnumbered those other interactions!
I very rarely felt value at the Hutch. There was no real managers to help build up the team. Thankfully I was a contractor so did not have to be there very long. It has a great value proposition, but bad personnel issues.