Pros: free vendor lunches, builds good relationships, global interaction daily
Cons: no training budget for classes, no test equipment to learn, every process is convoluted and nothing straightforward
Work is very job specific, your role does not require you to step outside of the very specific things you do.
Internal IT processes are always in development but never fully completed.
Co-workers are great people and are willing to help.
Learning occurs only by interacting with members outside of your group. Zero training budget, zero guidance and support.
The – more... hardest part of the job is that you always need to play defense and explain your every decision to upper management.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the ability to telecommute and the flexibility in your work time. Great work/life balance. – less