Depending on your department, just another software job
Sr. Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – August 13, 2018
There is good work life balance. No one here is going you to challenge you to get out of your comfort zone and learn new things, you will have to develop your own continuing education plan and implement it on your own. There are silos, politics, and turf wars, poor communication between people, teams, and divisions. There is a lot of offshoring. Not much in terms of individual, team or management accountability. Limited career growth potential, unless you want to go from hands on software engineer to a paper pushing manager. They will tell you that you can cross transfer to other departments, but most of the time, other departments hire from outside of the company because of the shell games and bureaucracy involved with getting an open req. Once you get out of your team's bullpen, its a big corporate hedge fund. If your division doesn't do well for the street, there will be layoffs - like other large Delaware corporations.
Work life balance, paychecks always cash, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Profit Sharing, On Site Gym, On Site 7-11, Annual 24 hour hackathon, Food Trucks
You wont make more for doing more, raises follow a fixed pay scale, no growth potential, redundant HR reviews every quarter, health insurance is expensive especially if you have dependents, you could get laid off, you could get bored, seems like a dead end job, 7-11 is over priced, the coffee is horrible