I joined as a graduate with a little experience. I was told in my interview "I would use everything I learned in university" so was very happy to join.
Once I joined it became clear the management had no interest in letting a graduate be part of their failing team, and was left to do the jobs they didn't want to do or had no interest in. One of these jobs were the health and safety paperwork, which is extremely important, but I was made to feel obsolete and left out of important conversatations. I had just graduated with a first class degree, but was made to feel stupid by senior mangers in front of other people, which was only to make themselves look better.
The health and safety records were also ignored, which meant any problems on site I did pick up during my inspections, were left unactioned by senior management, and anything that cost them a bit of money was rejected.
A really rubbish company, any graduate should look elsewhere.
Hard to think of anything good. Didn't like it one bit
No communication between seniors and juniors, information not shared. Juniors are used as scapegoats