Pros: the first four weeks are great!
Cons: from the fifth week on - you'll be miserable.
The company will "sell" you such a positive picture during recruiting - talk about how great things are and how the organization is growing. The truth is they can keep up this facade during the training period, but once you hit the floor you will realize you've made a big mistake. Management is a joke, they have all been promoted from within and have no actual experience, so they treat their employees awfully. They fear failing, but don't have the necessary skills to succeed. They do not care about people and the environment is extremely negative. The entire organization works off a culture of fear and intimidation.
The pay is below average, and the benefits are TERRIBLE. The health plan costs a family over $2400 per year in premiums alone - and covers NOTHING until you reach a $4k deductible. The out of pocket maximum is $8k per year! HR (again) tries to "sell" this as something wonderful and above average - when anyone who has ever had another job probably knows better and has previously had something better.
They were late on our payroll about a month ago, so be weary that this place isn't as successful and exciting as they pretend to be.