For the most part it was a good place to work, the incentives were decent and every once in a while we would receive "Appreciation Points" that we could use in the employee store to "purchase" different items like jewelry, clothes, giftcards, .... etc.
You pretty much get paid what you are worth, but it does take time to receive any computer access. Also, the training is not always complete and the trainers sometimes do not know everything they need to know in order to make sure the people they are training will be able to be successful in their job.
decent incentives and pay, good healthcare
job training and computer access