I think that in any job, management can make or break your experience.
There was absolutely no place to advance to in my department, and no support from management to get you to where you want to go.
Lots of turnover. Lots of good, loyal employees wanting to leave because of these reasons.
They have a tuition reimbursement in place, but in actuality only pays you back about half of what you spent. That's too much for an underpaid employee to have to fork out to advance their career.
Management never gives you attention, unless its bad.
HR doesn't take the time to educate you on your benefits and what you can expect for medical leave of absence. I think employee beware is a good mantra for LVHN, No one is looking out for you.
medical benefits, PTO upon hire
no breaks, ghost management, no one really has your back