After several years working for the SLS division of Stewart, I've found that the opportunity for advancement is limited. The company is completely project based, so with the end of each project there are layoffs. When I was hired there were probably a few hundred people staffed, but that has been reduced to a few dozen. Versatility is in the is key to remain employed, but with such dynamic changes the possibility for advancement becomes stagnant. In addition, raises are rare and minimal for most employees.
Diverse opportunities to learn new skills and take on different roles. Atmosphere is very laid back, which great as schedules can be flexible and the dress code is relaxed.
Limited advancement; Minimal raises; Relaxed atmosphere at times unprofessional