Pros: jeans passes, benefits, pto, parking, food vendors/trucks for lunch, and free coffee/water.
Cons: separated from other teams, no interpersonal relationships, rude people, stressful, unorganized, no sick days, far travel, no good leadership, preferential treatment, micromanagement
If you're looking for a good company to apply, this company is great. The benefits are good, dress code is flexible (even though they send out a dress code policy that no one follows) and the charity/social events they host are a way they encourage their employees to stay active and involved. Around the world at other locations, I'm sure it's good.
However, – more... San Antonio Delivery Center at Fairgrounds Pkwy location is the worst place to work at if you decide to apply or you're referred through someone who works there as a Transaction Processing Associate/Representative. Within 2 years, 13 people have left the project because of poor management, leadership, team, communication, preferential treatment, and rude/unfair workload. Out of those 13, only 2 actually were able to move to a different project. If I can help the next person who thinks about applying, please don't waste you're time applying for this position. It's a set up and truly not worth the stress and unfair treatment. Trust me, the money is not worth it. Apply for another position there if you really must but not this one. Although the experience can be a lesson, the leads will fool you and make you believe they care about you only to question you and your personal life if you have a family member pass away. Again, the company is good, it just all depends on the team and/or project you're on. Every other team seems to keep their workers and appreciate them. However, this team is NOT a team. Again, don't apply for this position at this location. They'll start you off at 28-29K no matter if you have a college degree or not. They'll suggest to you that you have to be on the project for at least a year to move onto a new project/team. LIES. They'll make you believe there are endless opportunities to grow within the project when in reality there is only one way to advance. That's just to become an analyst. You have to do "analyst" work for at least 6-9 months before you can even see a promotion from 28-30K to 32K. While other projects in the building have the choice to work from home, you're NEVER able to work from home. The leads sneak and work from home and manipulate the team in believing their not working from home. – less