The company does some things well and other things poorly. They offer on-site cafeteria, coffee shop, and small shop. There are other services available such as a salon, dry cleaning, farmers market, and regular visits from outside vendors. These provide convenience. There are business resource groups (formerly employee resource groups) for various aspects of diversity and inclusion efforts.
There is also quite a bit of inconsistency between managers, it's a high-stress environment, layoffs come fairly regularly, and upper management verbally promotes work/life balance but there isn't a system in place to make sure it's happening. A wellness program is in place but whether time can be dedicated to it or not varies by manager. Technological advances are made for customers but not for employees. Upper management says they want problem solving and efficiencies made but employees are always told there aren't any funds to make it happen. Tech for employees is way behind.
On-site services & discounts, resource/business groups, visiting vendors, farmers market
Low advancement in employee tech/software, inconsistent manager behavior, high-stress, lack of incorporating identified efficiencies, change happens very slowly, not very many opportunities to advance career