Poor Management, Great Coworkers
A typical day included checking emails, talking to clients, receiving and processing products. The coworkers were wonderful, leads were great, most management was terrible.
Very obvious favoritism took away from the morale of the workplace environment. New hires came in making more than those that had been there for years and dirty work politics made the place less than pleasant. Since the company was moving, when asking for help from a manager, their response would be something along the lines of "that's not my job anymore." It became difficult to know who to trust because people had already secured jobs with other companies.
The company is changing its major function to focus on hardware and the other departments are falling apart due to the negligent management and apathy to the major customers.
Coworkers made the days enjoyable and there was a lot of autonomy in certain departments. The benefits are subpar, but pay is decent for entry level applicants.
No micromanaging unless a mistake is made