Good people, interesting engagements. Poor management
Pros: Great, talented people, Huge company with opportunities to travel and move, Deep roots in technology
Cons: Compensation is lower than competitors, Training is limited to internal process and tools, Benefits have been cut year after year, Recognition programs have been cut, Upper management sets quotas for the quarterly/annual cuts to the workforce, Work/Life balance is a challenge, Low Morale
The company has changed from a client focused technology leader to one that is only interested in revenue and share price. With so much focus on profits first and not enough on products, solutions and customer satisfaction, the customers are noticing and are leaving for cheaper, more nimble competitors. As a result, the profits continue to sag in across the business units, thousands are laid off with "workforce re-balancing" schemes, services continue to be reduced, and the remaining staff are left dealing with never ending executive vanity projects and "improvement programs" all aimed at trying to save the sinking ship through cost savings while senior management simply shuffle the chairs at the top, pat themselves on the back, and enjoy their massive bonuses.