Pros: free lunches
Cons: little to no breaks with no compensation (as thirty minutes are automatically deducted), no benefits
Typical work day begins at any hour of the day when directed by any number of managers (could be one single manager up to five to six different managers who need help with programs).
I learned how to get along with other people who could either be extremely demanding, to even extremely relaxed and allowed autonomy on the "grunt" level of a job. I also learned how to multi-task, and how to complete even the most difficult jobs.
As far as management goes, it is way too over-managed. However, some managers can be friendly and extremely flexible, where as others can be difficult to work with. Especially as a college student, things can become a little hectic as well.
Great co-workers for the most part, however as far as other co-workers are concerned, they need to learn how to pick up after themselves.
Picking up after co-workers while preparing for an event.
The people with whom I work are great people