The company shows well during the interview process. Great apparent corporation structure and career development. They give equal opportunity and time to ask the right questions, although the interview questions are a little over played and very similar and drawn out.
Once hired you have an all day orientation that is quite involved and detailed, very professional, and uplifting. A few tests and you are on your way.
I started out loving my job as a supervisor and could see a long time relationship with the company. However, after some time the truth and complaints came out of the woodwork from employees, rather disgruntled and upset as they felt that they were just a body filling the void and were not appreciated much. "Management doesn't spend time with their employees or care to ask how the week went". Most of the complaints came from long term employees.
I never knew what this meant until I worked directly with the management team. More often than not you are given weak direction and set up to fail. Most of the management team wears two hats, one of which cannot be trusted.
Edon's track record is weak, lacking team structure and core values for the corporation as this has been going on for years. Most importantly they will not address the "elephant in the room"
Edon is a great stepping stone to gain some experience and strengthen some skillset. In most cases you will realise that your time can be spent somewhere else without the stress & being miserable.