The restructuring that has taken place after CH2M merged with Jacobs is taking the company in a negative direction as it relates to viewing employees as more human than resources. Upper, middle and lower management levels are disjointed. The drive is to maintain big contracts overlooking the realities and day to day needs of staff members. Complaining to HR and or the various other help lines that are provided by Jacobs is futile and those options that are given to staff members is a company CYA tactic. It seldom yields any positive outcome. I was affiliated with CH for some decades and the sharp change disturbed me enough to leave. It's become a machine.