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Good personalities among immediate supervisors as well as junior staff. A decent amount of time off. Exposure to high-profile clientele.
Compensation was below industry standard during good economic times. Now, with the economy low, salaries are in the basement and work has doubled after lay-offs. Senior management does very little to create new business and lacks the skill or motivation to train replacements. Certain SVP's are beyond their expiration date and not suited to present to new clients or to search for new business. As a result, more junior executives bring new business in spite of the efforts of their superiors. The business has lost its "sales" character and is more about personable people who don't know how to strike a good deal.
Advice to Management
Replace the old guard, stop trying to find answers from/act in awe of your parent company, and get back to the basics of the business.