Pros: no micro managment, hour plus lunch breaks.
Cons: nepotism is wide spread, zero managerial skills for all mid level managers, lack of advancement, and very low pay compared to industry average
Well a typical day was extremely busy from the time you walk in until the time you leave. If you take a vacation or miss a day, the work is still waiting for you and puts you further behind. Most people with a management title have no clue on how to even manage people, problems and productivity. People pretty much did what ever they wanted to do while on the clock didn't answer phone calls or contribute to the team and still had job security. They are cheap and instead of using a business expense for office parties, birthdays, etc, they expect you to chip in money once or twice a month for co workers – more... birthday's. Not only does it distract most of the productivity during a typical workday, but puts you further behind when you decorate clean up, shoot the breeze, order lunch. Most of the co workers were great to work with, but there were a few who don't pull there own weight and like telling on other employees. The job is cake and an 8th grader can do the work. The training completely stinks and is the main reason the employees have no clue what to do. If you have no opinions, are susceptible to being brain washed and love spending your hard earned money on all of your employees birthdays that you really don't care about than this is the place for you. Last but no least, I do have to say that most of the officers are solid, but have no clue as to what is really going on. – less