A relatively decent and informal place to work, but the more you do the more is expected of you with no gratitude or reward.
Depending on your role and your nature, things can get highly stressful with no support until breaking point.
So the best staff are overworked and under appreciated (in every sense) while so many 'workers' do as little as possible, and/or brown-nose the right people in attempts at advancement.
There are more people working on the analytics of everything going on, to produce information on how to reduce costs etc.. than there are people actually being productive.
Such is the modern day workplace perhaps. But a top tip?:
Scrap the layers of unnecessary middle management crunching figures and doing little else, and redistribute the money saved to help the productive and hardworking staff to feel like they're valued!
Unattainable goals are filtered down throughout management levels, all the while in the knowledge that they are such.., but nobody seems to care. Everyone is leaned on to improve key performance figures so that graphs can be generated, and boxes can be ticked.
The company has transformed into now being entirely about cost and corner cutting, for the financial benefit of it's directors, with an abysmally low level of appreciation for it's staff that at the end of the day keep the place going. Huge staff turnover will steadily increase and the company will spiral down those inevitable tubes. Shame.
Really poor appreciation of staff and a soulless company