USP has interesting work and a dedicated staff. But it's prone to constant overhauls of its company structure (at least 1-2 a year), leaving people uncertain of how to react and expectations. They relish change for change's sake, rather than because it makes good overall business strategy. The current CEO comes from a business background and tries to run this non-profit organization like a business, with some positive and negative results.
The culture is "high performance", which pretty much means you can expect to work overtime on a regular basis if you want to advance. And, in some areas of the company, there is no opportunity for advancement even if you do work hard. The culture is pretty political so network, self-promotion, and ingratiation are a necessity to succeed.
Free soda and coffee. Company activities
Not a good work-life balance if you want to advance