There is a ping pong table at the corporate office.
There has been lots of turn over in management. The CEO has changed, moved up from their previous role as COO. The company lost its funding and a major customer.
It is not profitable.
It has not been paying bonuses.
There is no 401K.
Not many mature systems in place.
The CEO, CMO, and CDO are in over their heads, have never held these kinds of positions before, their decisions are rash, and not well thought out.
Hardest part of being in leadership here is that things change every day, no consistency, and no agreement between CEO, CMO, and CDO - each playing their own games.
The company appears to be either about to become profitable, or about to go out of business.
Major reorganization underway.