Depends on how you got the job with the company
Technical specialist equivalent (Former Employee) – OK-AR-TX – September 22, 2018
Company grew a lot in few years, if growth is measured in the number of offices. Could say that it almost doubled the number of outlets.
Getting into large projects they never did before. Management (at all levels) is the skills bottleneck, and more time is spent on internal power struggles than leading and planning. Medieval levels of fragmentation of territories.
Latest software cannot help to compensate for lack of skills..
Lots of corporate perfume, including campaigns every year inviting employees to produce positive reviews. You do know what is the purpose of perfume?
New hires have to pull the weight of many.
Benefits look great, but cannot compensate for absence of direction (currently, in all directions without any strategy, as expansions do go).
Having a job is the only pro, Indeed offers "free lunch" as a "pro" despite old saying "No such thing as free lunch", somebody actually entered that
Disorganized, dysfunctional, absurd, waste of resources. As in: No time frames, no stated targets, no steps towards targets, while not letting employees to structure any of that for themselves.