Marketing (Current Employee) – Bingen, WA – February 24, 2019
Morale and company culture feels as if it is at an all-time-low. Understanding there is always ebb and flow when it comes to employee satisfaction - but the overwhelming consensus among employees, both newer and more senior, is that this period of time is the worst we've seen morale at Insitu. The working environment has become quite frustrating and the observation of leadership teams & individual contributors being chastised by the new CEO unfortunately has become the new norm.
The company itself is clearly in its awkward growing phase. Insitu is not quite a start up and not yet the Boeing company so there appears to be a lot of kinks that are still being worked out.
Every other Friday off (9/80 schedule), Bring your dogs to work
Morale is low, limited housing & job opportunities in the area
- diversity respected/celebrated - remote team members capitalized - travel opportunities for inclusion and advancement - management wants employees to succeed - leadership cares about their employees - excellent benefits/compensation
100% remote work options, self-managed workload/accountability
small town based company susceptible to budget cuts/RIFs