Smart people, caring culture, great executive leadership, important products and services for industries served that have a big impact on shaping the world around us. Autodesk is also a tech business... that is profitable with a really strong asset base, that continues to evolve and grow, a good long term employment prospect
Can be a little US centric in worldview (although APAC is strong) and Brand recognition is not yet as strong as it should be (the best company you’ve never heard of)
Really nice workspace. Given basically anything you need to succeed (Snacks, Bose noise cancelling headphones, stand up desks, etc.) Management gives younger people a chance to grow and gain... authority within the company. A handful of employees were hired straight out of college. Office culture / keeping employees happy seems to be important since they provide perks like breakfast and lunch throughout the week, and are pretty liberal with time off requests. For the most part, the team is really laid back and likes to joke around. Everyone's trying to have a good time, while also working hard.
There's a lot to learn in the beginning and there's not a clear training method. When you get an upset customer, they can be very hostile. Its hard to console them or know what to do when we can't... always give them what they want. Since its an open floor plan, it can get sort of loud when all of the reps are on the phone at once.