Not too bad of a place to work for.
There are plenty of hours to go around, especially during the busy season. However, you are required to work 6-7 days a week and are usually required to stay overtime. Don't get me wrong, I love to work, I just don't like the idea of knowing you only make so much per hour that you need to work those 60+ hours a week to get by. When it comes to management, it is a game of hit and miss. Some of them are great people that make you want to work, but there are also quite a few that make you want to look for work elsewhere. Opportunity for advancement is low. A lot of people tend to get stuck as a temp., management does not want to promote, and tends to hire from the outside. I think the best part of the job are your co-workers. They are a great group of people that love to laugh and joke around, but still like to ensure the job gets done quickly and safely.
Pay and opportunity for advancement