Pros: may be okay for a new grad, being part of a known brand - how good that brand is in the eyes of customers is questionable, decent pay.
Cons: weak performance culture, lots of politics and bureaucracy, quite disorganized
I found Rogers to be quite bureaucratic and politicized. There was tension and conflict between departments and within departments. Most of all, there was a lack of a performance culture and poor attention to quality, especially in systems, business processes and workflows. Certain managers needed a lot more mentoring and training. Worst of all, this – more... translated to little focus on customers and creating something of great value to them. I would not recommend Rogers to experienced workers. – less