Pros: co-workers in construction risk engineering
Cons: disconnect between upper level corporate and boots on the ground
My position was fairly autonomous, and involved a great deal of travel throughout New England and across the country. Primary focus was construction safety, a very small subset of the over 55k employee company.
The company had strong values at a corporate level, but appeared to change direction at a mid level management range every 18-24 months or so. Some changes, such as titles, were easier to adapt to, others, such as data management processes, were more difficult. Primary difficulty came from "knowing" (longer tenured employees would say "wait, it will change again") that highly touted changes were likely to be fleeting in the scheme of things.
Most co-workers were great to work with, extremely experienced, and committed to construction safety. You always knew what you were going to get - these folks wore their hearts on their sleeves, and typically became friends - they made Zurich (Construction Risk Engineering) a great place to work.