This is a fun place to work, however, they are well known for underpaying their employees. For the area the pay is okay, but if you look in other areas, they are a little lower than most. They are great with flexible schedules and will help pay for your education if your degree makes sense and is related to the field (i.e. they won't pay for you to get a teaching degree or an unrelated field). They focus on work-life balance, which is nice, if you can't find a baby sitter, they don't bat an eye on posting your kids up in the quiet rooms. They host a yearly event on Mount Ashland for you and your family members to go skiing all expense included and its catered. There is frequently catered food left for the employees after meetings are over, they open this up to the building. They do encourage development and this is huge considering they are such a large corporation. They are supportive of you following your dreams, even if that means your career has shifted you to working somewhere else.
On-site health care, Flexible schedules