Pay/Benefits are great, everything else, not so much.
Senior IT Helpdesk technician (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 16, 2016
Day to day, you're mostly working on computers. If you work out on the "floor" of the company, you will only learn their own systems, as well as how to search people quickly. Working in the other departments will quickly give you a pretty general knowledge of Microsoft Office products, depending on your department? A very vast, general knowledge. The management ranges anywhere from, friendly and helpful, to "sleep with one eye open". Some act professionally, some do not, it's more of a person to person type thing, but generally, it's best to just keep to yourself around management. The coworkers if you're non-management are normal, average everyday people, most of which are incredibly friendly and helpful. The hardest part of the job was incredibly time-sensitive workloads, of which NEEDED to be completed up to expectations by their short deadlines. Although rough, the people you meet there are pretty great a lot of the time and it's very easy to meet new people, even make a friend or two on the job.
Close proximity to stores for lunch, Healthcare benefits, 401k
Very precise lunch/break restraints(punishable if off by even a single minute, even punching in early)