Trapped in your little corner of office hell, your development day begins with rants from micro-managing project managers demanding explanation as to why you built exactly what they told you to build the day before. Along with a new set of specs for the project, you get a reasonable deadline but are forced to use sorely outdated coding methods/languages to accomplish your task.
There are a lot of prebuilt plug-ins that are available on the server but there is nobody, let me repeat, nobody, who can tell you where to find them or if the one you need even exists. If you find yourself in this situation, don't build a new one! The 10-30 minutes you spend coding out a new, likely better, plug-in will cost you an hour of screaming and belittlement from management when you didn't use one of their mystery prebuilt tools that magically appears from the owner.
This brings us to the bi-weekly insult that is your paycheck. While they do have a reasonable benefits package deducted from a salary that could sustain you if you are still living with your parents, there is one very big problem. THEY DO NOT PAY FOR FORCED OVERTIME!!! You, as an hourly employee, are required to work extra hours every week for your base hourly rate. When questioned, the owner stated that he didn't need to pay time and a half because the positions he employs are exempt. This is true only in very special situations and no position at this company fits that specification. Other employees will quietly tell you to stop talking about it or risk termination. "Just do it unless you want to be unemployed." was the most common response...even from HR and Accounting!
They do have free coffee and video games though...