Loyalty in this company means being loyal to the company, but it will not be reciprocated. You do what they tell you to and when it goes wrong they will hang you out to dry to save their own behinds. There are millions of policies and protocols, but they only matter when someone is trying to make a point. Several upper-management employees told me that company policy is "just there for when you need it, but you dont need to follow every one". I then saw those same upper management employees fire someone for "not following policy". There is a secret schedule and list of policies to be followed and when, and they wont let you in on it. As long as you are drinking buddies with higher ups, you'll be fine no matter what you do. But if you aren't willing to kiss someone's behind our entire career, its not the job for you. Employees lie to and about each other constantly, you can't trust the employees in your own office. You have to spend all of your time protecting yourself against corporate AND the people you work with, because they will sell you out in half a heartbeat if it will get them in good with upper management. They will consistently demand you do things well outside your job description in order to save a few bucks. Or if the person who is actually responsible for that task is a buddy of their, congrats its your job now and you better figure out how to get it done along with everything else they pile on you.
Benefits (healthcare, 401k) are pretty good.
You can trust no one, long hours (60+ per week with no compensation) unrealistic demands