Scattered and Disorganized Mess of a Company
Suez has major management problems. People are "failed upward" into senior roles without regard as to actual skill set, as long as they look good on paper and a seat is being vacated; being French helps (sad but true). Certain managers have been shuffled from one department to another just to keep them on board, even though they have failed at nearly every position they have held.
Far-reaching, highly-impactful decisions are hastily made without much thought as to the long run, or the end result. Due diligence is non-existent. Expensive projects are started and stopped suddenly with not much care as to money already spent, while critical resources are placed on hold to the detriment of employees trying to do their jobs. My time there felt perpetually transitional, with no stability.
The company does, however, pay well, and has terrific benefits, which is most likely what keeps unhappy people from leaving.