Pros: some decent people
Cons: poor management, says one thing, does another, hostile work environment!
Been working, and currently still am, for about 6 months. BE is all dependent on where you work and for what department. The good reviews aren't where I work, so at-least this seems to be consistent. To sum things up, I asked to be trained again on certain areas, because I feel my training was spotty, I did all the right things, hosted a private meeting with my supervisor, told her my issues and how I planned to fix it. She took it personally as an attack. Two days later, HR called me in and discussed my recent performance review/intervention. What was said and the document that was given to me made me cry. I can confess that some things were correct, such as my excessive overtime, free overtime, my "bad" joke, but other items were lies. That is it in a nutshell. I quickly began to realize that the people around me, minus one or two individuals, are all out to get themselves, and all the training we are getting with respect to leadership seminars say one thing, yet management does something else. I have also told one thing to my boss in completely confidence which was a mutual understanding, yet HR now has it on file (about being trained poorly). When I asked my boss to meet with me and discuss this so we can reach an understanding and I can improve my ways, I was yelled at by the Director who said I shouldn't have the time to discuss these matters right now.
I've never met a company with such amazing values, but have mid-level management do the opposite. I sat and listened the to President of the company give a speech about being able to go to your supervisor and discuss issues in confidence. I took it once step further and had the right attitude to want to solve the issues, even if I felt they were lies. I wanted to have perspective to move forward, I was turned down.