Started their thinking I would retire form their, but straight in the door you are treated as an outsider, and are expected to train yourself with minimal guidance, getting reprimanded for not knowing when you didn't know what you needed to know. Promotions are not the same as in other companies I have worked for. Other places when you get promoted you get a raise with it, not true for here. Even though you are the candidate they picked, you still need to prove that you deserve the money for the role you are now performing. A promotion is strictly a pay increase, not a role change with more responsibilities. Management, while there are good and bad managers, they way they go about it only benefits the managers. Managers stay in their role for 2 to 3 years, then move on. Great for them, not for the people who stay in the same area. This cause the daily dynamic to shift, so that what was once the normal way of doing things, changes to suit the whims of who's in charge now. This also creates work load increase since the managers are climbing the ladder, they need to institute new programs to add to their accolades, great for them, but the works are stuck following these along with all that came before and what will come in the future. I wanted to work till retirement, but the compounding workload increases the stress and my health continues to decline.