It's not rough, people take it too easy. But you still have the classic corporate run arounds and freakouts happening. But mostly people are comfortable but not very engaged. Bickering over font size is a common thing.
Support from management
Management doesn't really get involved, just wants to hear results. Goals and timelines constantly flux
The lax management is made up for with decent teamwork.
Freedom to work independently
Literally everything here is autonomy, though people tell you not to do a lot of things, you're often left totally on your own (for better or worse)
Very poor. Throughout organization. With outsourcing even worse.
Lots of women, in lower positions.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Friendly enough place
Pretty much everyone I talk to about this place says why it's a pause button on the career.
Overall compensation for your work
Eh it varies. usually fair-ish, but expensive area to live in.
Office / Work Environment
Meh it's comfortable, nothing to write home about. Minus a star for too much shoulder staring from bored people.
Anytime a company is this far in the burbs it should be an instant knock to enviornment. Most people drive big trucks, they have recycling.
Do a fairly good job, get a fair amount of freedom.
No. Big outsourcer, poor reputation from other medical community members I speak with. Makes good products, not looked well upon with other people familiar with company.
I've had my job threatened 12 times since beginning of the year, always kinda offhand and casually. Part and parcel to outsourcing.
Wish this could be a fraction or zero. Work here is about as dull as could be.
Inclusive / Diverse
Seem to be making strides recently, but you'll notice it's 90% white male quickly.