It's a small company, and at the rate people quit or are fired, you can have a lot of responsibilty very quickly. The clients also tend to allow FMI's employees to have a lot of input into the decisions the client companies make. It's impressive to be able to have such influence on big decisions so early in your career.
It was not a good place to work when I was there because of senior management. Senior management thought that the way to get the best out people was to make them work against each other rather than with each other. I think they were afraid that employees would gang up on senior management if the employees cooperated with one another.
Advice to Management
The worst of the senior managers is no longer with the company so I'm not sure what advice I would give. Before he left (was fired, I think), my advice would have been to fire him.
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