Pros: big celebrations for employees, close knit group, fair salary
Cons: office moved more than an hour away through bad traffic
A typical day started with cleaning out the mornings emails. This set the tone for how busy the day would become. I learned to balance my work load and prioritize to prevent things from dropping through the cracks.
My co-workers were dedicated and very focused. There was very little if any goofing off during the day. The office was at least an hour – more... from Corporate headquarters and only a couple of executives located in the office. This gave the office a family feel and garnered major loyalty.
The hardest part of the day was stopping whatever project I was working with and go home. Some of the projects were not only challenging but gave a major sense of accomplishment once done. – less