There is virtually no communication between management and employees, new hires are thrown on phones without adequate training for "training by fire", your schedule will change without notice, and every minute of every single day is strictly monitored and micromanaged.
Mandatory overtime for months on end is common, as is switching employees to overnight shifts without warning or time to prepare.
On the bright side, the company knows its turnover rate is incredibly high and they are always reluctant to hire new people despite being woefully understaffed, so management tends to turn a blind eye to things like watching Netflix when it's not busy.
They will also put off converting contractors to full hires for as long as humanly possible, and then some.
short breaks, never converts contractors, understaffed, overworked