Pros: good corporate culture, great beneifts, ability to get management experience and get feet wet with corporate structure
Cons: poor hours, horrible work-life balance, high turnover, poor job security, poor pay compared to other highly regulated industries
Corporate culture of this company is excellent, however it often does not trickle down to a center level. Some centers exemplify the desired culture, and others are FAR from it. Regional and center level politics were often detrimental to the goals and morale of the center and its employees.
As you move up, less and less work/life balance is encouraged to the point where this job pretty much owns all your time. I was working in the neighborhood of 50-60 hours each week, plus many more at home.
Benefits are excellent, but pay is far below standard for such a highly-regulated, demanding industry.
Turnover is very high within this company. Job security in the hourly positions is very good as long as you follow the rules and regulations. Salaried positions, however, do not see the same job security or disciplinary process.
I have seen even small errors be blown out of proportion as a way to get rid of an employee that the management didn't like. I saw this at least 10 times through my career. Often the salaried employee had no knowledge of shortcomings or opportunity to improve prior to their termination. There seemed to be a lot of hidden agendas. Even historically high-performers aren't safe.
Sadly, the corporation is excellent, but the environment center to center is all over the board.