It is all about good team work and getting things done as efficiently as possible. People are friendly and excellent at what they do. The pay is good, so is the benefits package and the job is rewarding as you work for a prestigious firm and feel valued.
Because the company is set on making money as much as possible, the cuts that are involved spoil the pleasure of working. The staff is under pressure and the managers are not always good at dealing with the problems and at trouble-shooting. There are not many opportunities to progress within the company as you'd need someone to leave before you can tale their place.
Good values and work/life balance
As far as money is concerned, it is a great company to be part of. The pay is good and the benefits/pension package makes it even more worthwhile. The company is also flexible and let you develop a good balance between your work and your life. There are opportunities to progress within the company and to be part of great projects.
Restructuring has created some chaos within the company and it is a bit hard to know where one stands. Also, as with all the big companies, it is very corporate and there are some politics going on.
The pay and the benefits are really good.
They are very understanding about needs as far as the work/life balance is concerned. The staff if very friendly and one can feel proud to be part of a team of hard-working individuals who are some of the best in their fields.
Because management doesn't seem to recognise good and hard work, one can feel undervalued and it tends to get frustrating. There are not many career opportunities and it appears you have to get into politics if you want a promotion. There is a lack of transparency and there should be more communication.
Flexible job for people who need it.