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I worked at APIS IT full-time (More than 3 years)
- laid back and fun atmosphere among fellow programmers - some interesting, meaningful projects - chance to learn good and spot bad practices - chance to understand challenges in large projects - quiet working conditions - no pressure to perform and be on your toes
- no incentive to perform well - totally chaotic work environment - unreasonable deadlines imposed by clients, approved by management - poor time management - no methodology or professional standards in working practice - no code review - many peers disinterested in their work - laughable token review system whose only purpose is to exist (and depress workers) - no-backbone management - tons of red tape - very rigid and formal hierarchy - bad communication practices - lots of political games - dreary overall atmosphere - meaningless and depressing rules and regulations - stringent attendance policy - introducing new technologies is a burden - maintenance of old, massive, monolithic applications - no signs of improvement - the Peter principle (google it) and years of service guide promotion policy
Advice to Management
Go home and let someone who knows a thing or two about software development, leadership or running a company have a try. Also, stop driving away core employees - it's generally considered to be bad for business.