Pros: they paid for gas, hotels, and meals when you are sent out of state overnight.
Cons: the shifts aren't set, there isn't always work so sometimes you will be off for days even weeks at a time
While working at Armstrong, the hours were never set. It could be a three hour workday or a sixteen hour workday depending on how many jobs are set up. Some days they wouldn't even have work, but when they were busy they had no problem overworking you. A typical day at Armstrong you clock in, get the paperwork from the dispatch manager, load up the – more... van/truck with packing material, drive to the customers home/business, greet the customer, unload the boxes out of the van and pack the customers belongings, once the job is done its back to the warehouse to clock out. Management was nice, there's a weekly meeting where all employees and management discuss reviews and customer satisfaction. – less