Pay is poor and you're informed of exactly that upfront. I was very fond of Cedars prior to working there. It's left a bad taste with me. Employees are over worked and under paid. Management isn't qualified for a leadership role and it's evidenced by the poor and unprofessional behavior that it tolerates from its "popular" employees. If you're good at 'kissing up to management, you'll have job security. Management will try to convince you that you're very lucky to work for Cedars, if you pass their exhaustive background and hiring processes. The organization is coasting on it's good reputation, but once you're on the inside you will discover that their standards of customer service are not in alignment internally as it relates to how their employees are treated. It's a corporate plantation.