I am currently employed at CWD and have been for several years.
The most enjoyable part of being at CWD is working alongside my peers. Most of us have similar interests and are within the same age group and collaborate really well with eachother
Some things I've noticed in my time at CWD:
-Those with egos tend to last a very short time at CWD. Also, If you can't take criticism well or tend to take things personally, then it's very likely this might not be the right fit for you. Requiring approval on almost every task requires you to swallow your pride and be willing to compromise.
-BOD is making a great effort to improve corporate culture. We now have corporate lunches almost monthly, education funds in place, and encouragement to bond with peers. When I first started, much of this was not present
-Moderately high turnover rate with little explanation often makes things stressful. Trust of employees often seems in question and adds to this stress. Employee morale is still quite low in some departments.
-Like any job, your experience will highly depend on who you report to and who you work with. Some people speak negatively about "micro-management" , however I can't really say it's been that bad. Almost everything requires approval, however you are given the freedom to experiment and try things. Managing Director however has final say which I don't think is outrageous.
-BOD is making a great effort to improve corporate culture.
Trust in the employees you hired