A company that acts like an emotionally-abusive spouse.
Pros: Decent view, if you get to sit by the windows.
Cons: Such a list.
Initially, I was hired to work at Netflix, and after 2 interviews from out of state they told me there was no job, and they had me drive down a third time to interview for a completely different job. The OMs partied with some people, and curiously, those people were selected for promotions time after time. Usually they were woefully under-qualified, but that's cronyism for you.
They forced me to work every holiday for a full year at no extra pay, and when we brought it up, we were told they were "Canadian," as if that excuses this behavior. The pay grade is lower than Comcast, and they enforced petty rules for some people, but not others. If they like you, you can pretty much get paid (And promoted!) to do nothing at a higher pay grade.
In the end, I was fired, despite all of my numbers being consistently one of the better performers. They'll get you on a final warning for nearly anything, then aim to catch you doing it again. They'll claim mercy, but if they decide they dislike you in the next half a year, you're gone, and it's legal (Despite being ridiculous.). It's a slick trick, and absolutely repulsive. They were shady like that.
I'd just really hate to see you, the reader, choose a job with low pay that disrespects you so frequently. When they fired me, I was unbelievably happy to be free. McDonald's treats its employees with more dignity than these guys.