Pros: You get to leave at 3:00 on dayshift. Unless they call an unexpected hour or 2 overtime.
Cons: Short 30 minute lunch and 1, 15 minute break. Each second is timed.
Too many rules for such low pay. Managers knick pick and are constantly bothering you if they think you're not submissive enough to them. She likes to yell and embarrass you in front of others, just because she has a loud voice.
The people are nice. But the managers make the office very political and people are afraid to even talk during work hours. They whisper or when the manager walks by, they say Sssshh, like you're gonna get it trouble for saying, how was your weekend.
Unexpected overtime, which is at least twice a week. And you won't know until 30 minutes before you get off that you need to work overtime.
They have insurance, but it takes a long time for them to process it. So you may have to wait 2-3 weeks before it's actually active.
Too political and the pay is only 10.00 an hour. Not enough pay to deal with the nonsense.