Mannkind is not perfect, but no company is. I have a feeling that people actually care about the mission of the company. Still room for improvement like with anything but I have no need to look anywhere else, best company I’ve worked for by far!
Love the type of work; hate the politics, backstabbing and company's lack of loyalty to long-term staff. Treated like a number, rather than a human being. Do more with less people has been the theme for the past several years. They let go of the folks who have built up their knowledge of the company, who have reached a salary at the top of their band, who are aging or are too "inconvenient" (by offering a package or forcing them out by making false claims or making the work environment hopeless and toxic).
Upper management is run by men who can’t improve the increasingly toxic environment. It’s a good ole white boy network with an almost all white sales force. Managers need 360 evaluations. Could become an HR nightmare.