Always looking to help out you as an employee and better yourself in your career.
Turnover can be high depending on the contract.
Pay was accurate to what was agreed upon
I was hired at BAE from out of state and told I had a job. Sold my house and moved. Right as my house is closing I'm told "actually find something else as we don't know if this is your start date now... but we'll let you know". Then a month later it's "You have one more interview. If you don't pass then you don't have a job." This is despite me having an offer letter and moving across states and buying and selling a house. Finally I get a start date and leave my temporary job. When I get to the job it's not at all what the listing said (the listing is still being used so ask questions if you're applying for this position) or what the interview said. And the shift isn't what I was told either. "Well I guess I'll make due. I'll work on getting my masters degree since they offer to pay for some of it" I think. Except I can never reach my boss about it. Neither can my coworkers. You ask 3 questions that are important and only get one answered a week later. You find your bosses supervisor doesn't respond at all. Eventually I turned in my notice and essentially had to offboard myself. I've never seen a more disorganized company based on my experiences.