Employee development is more said than done - encouranged yet left up to the employee with no real time allotted for it. Advancement is generally circumstantial and influenced by relationships, not by achievement and only marginally by skill evidence.
Lack of real leadership, especially at the mid-higher levels, coupled by the reality of the tough oilfield market conditions result in not a fun time in the last half decade, no raises, etc.
Divisional goals are expressed once, maybe twice a year, with no real effort to connect them with the work you really do.
There was a 'golden age' at the Cedar Park location many years ago, where there was a family-like environment, but leadership and morale has dwindled since. Good folks still work there, but staff has been decimated by layoffs recently.