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Well the company is good for people looking to get experience before they jump ship elsewhere and they will pay for your certifications that they place a overly high value on.
Management is lackluster and is mostly full of people with huge ego's that want to butt heads with just about anyone they can find to show much they 'know'. The company also pays about 20% under the average for all non management positions and has a 'butts in the chair' mentality by expecting most departments to be there 5 days a week when not a single job there can't be done through a VPN at home. Generally speaking the company is more or less your typical call center where people are constantly coming and going with no real leadership and almost no chance of job advancement.
Advice to Management
Replace most the management in the Strongsville office.