They promise a lot in your TWO week orientation, as far as advancement and leadership goes. However, you aren't on the engineering teams, you are not important at all. A typical day at work was hostile, cold, and if you aren't in the "clique" (read: went to A&M and live in Midtown) then your days are very isolated. It was hard to learn anything there, because the process were COSTANTLY changing with no communication to the teams. And if you couldn't keep up with a whole new process and set of rules each week, they would simply let you go. Management, I found, to be fake. They would give you constant positive reviews to your face and then record everything you didn't do 100% accurate and never bring it to your attention. The workplace culture is awesome, on paper. There are monthly fellowships where everyone stops working around 4 pm and eats dinner/snacks and drinks beer. There are several workplace committees that you can join and volunteer opportunities.
free beer & food monthly
Management, Inconsisties, Favoritism, Lack of Communication