Good ole boys club and extremely management heavy
anonymous (Former Employee) – anonymous – August 15, 2016
There are some amazing people who have worked there, most don't tend to last more than a year or two before management frustration ushers them to new opportunities or layoffs occurs. Employee churn is over 30% per year.
The most difficult thing about working there in engineering is getting things done in a timely manner due to the number of people who have to approve any project. In addition, project teams tend to be spread out across the globe making communication and collaboration challenging and a slow process.
Management is a good ole boys club who looks out for their club, not the talent they bring into to help them improve and solve their problems.
They often choose to build their own solutions for their needs that ends up costing them millions of dollars and years of development, rather than integrating a mature licensed solution that would cost 1/10th or less and be deploy-able in months.
They are very reactive instead of proactive in their development efforts and for a company that wants to be and do Agile, does not understand Agile development.
flexible work environment and telecommute options.
Good Ole boys club stuck in the past.