Pros: You have a job, and if you managed to get on full time they will pay for school.
Cons: Work to life balance isn't all that great, drama, poor management, high turn over rate, and a great deal of others.
A mediocre staffing agency at best. If you're willing to work they will have jobs for you. But don't expect any positions that will lead you to full time employment any time soon, especially if you're just starting off. At best you will be doing two to three day jobs most of the time, sometimes a week or two, or the occasional one day jobs.
In my case Adecco had a temporary position for CTDI, their biggest contract here in Orlando, which eventually turned into a possibility for temp to hire position. At least last year it was but from what I've been hearing from associates who managed to either get on, or who are still there, that is not the case anymore. The turn over rate is incredibly high, and the possibility of you getting on full time is very unlikely. But there will be a likely chance on you being offered this job by Adecco if you're in the Orlando area.
The primary focus for CTDI is production, and numbers. Depending on where they place you, if you can't make your numbers in a timely manner you will be let go without any same day notification until Adecco notifies you the next day before you go in. Starting off you will have a grace period in which you will have to prove to the leads of the area in which you are working that you're capable. If not, they will notify the floor supervisor,and you will either be let go or possibly moved to a different position. Your best bet will be on the former of the two.
If you're on night shift, during peak season, or a specific deadline for an order placement, you will at times be expected to make up for the projected quota – more... in which day shift could not meet. So if day shift could not meet their projected quota then night shift was expected to add on to their projected number of that night in order to sustain "productivity", and get out the number of cable boxes that were needed.
In most cases, the management was poor. People will be looking over your back constantly. You will be asked to work late hours if you're on night shift, and a series of weekends. Finding a parking space will be a nightmare most of the time. The turnover rate will be incredibly high. Plus the occasional verbal, and physical fights that were out there between employee's for all manner of reasons. If you enjoy being treated like a automaton, and have a flair for drama then by all means go for it :) . – less