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Working in the division office, not a bad place to start out and get some experience, they are willing to promote from within or help if you become interested in a different role. If you can put up with the frustration it isn't a bad place to put in your time and go home.
Working in the office you sit by and watch as sales and construction are offered bonuses (in addition to regular compensation, like commission) at least once a month, just for doing their job (or in some cases still not meeting minimum expectations but doing better than usual). Everyone who isn't management is called a coordinator, and can expect that any manager (including ones you do not report to) will drop by and ask you to create yet another report or spreadsheet based on information that you are already providing in another spreadsheet, but arranged slightly differently. They will utilize this report for a week or two, then forget about it - when you shift your focus to other priorities they have given you, 6 months later they will come out of the woodwork asking for the "important" report. Some departments (some who truly are overworked, some who are not) pass tasks onto other departments frequently. Everyone works extra hours, how much depends on your department - some are reasonable, though.
Advice to Management
Get organized. Take a good look at some of the management. Reward the office with even a fraction of how you reward the field teams.