Decent place to work...
Pros: decent health insurance, 3rd party company discounts (verizon wireless, at&t, etc), free employee fitness center open 24/7/365
Cons: some departments can be very micromanaged, lack of communication from unit directors to their departments, lack of (or broken) equipment, no real opportunities for advancements
Overall it's a decent place to work. The biggest reason these days for me personally to work here is the cheap insurance. As a part time employee, I pay roughly $80/mo for my policy (which also includes my son) while my wife with a very similar plan (works somewhere different but her company use Aultman's insurance) pays almost double that for just herself. To be honest, I was incredibly excited when I got an interview here and eventually hired. That, however, as changed. At least in my department, I've seen unnecessary management changes (unnecessary managers are starting to outnumber the actual department staff) and strict grips on the budget with hopes of getting a nice bonus at the end of the year if they still below budget. Meanwhile, we work with a thin, skeleton crew on a daily basis with broken equipment.
Overall, it depends where an individual places their emphasis and value. If you're in college or planning on attending, it can be a great part time college job especially with their tuition reimbursement program. The insurance is (from what I've heard from numerous other friends/family) the best around and the cheapest for employees and their families. There are numerous employee discounts available as well...Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Cedar Point tickets just to name a few. However, if you're looking to just use the old as time method and "get your foot in the door, work hard, and move up", this probably isn't the best opportunity for that without years of essential networking with numerous directors, VPs, etc. "It's not about how hard you work, it's about who you know."