Pros: free coffee, great benefits, excellent training
Cons: no room for advancement, poor management
Fairly easy job with great benefits, decent pay for the work involved. I only say it's good for secondary employment because there is NO room for advancement. Training is extraordinary, but the management/leadership is non-existent and the worst I've ever seen. Blatant favoritism, supervisors bad mouthing subordinates to other subordinates. Management covering up for supervisors bad decisions while throwing others who aren't "in the circle" under the bus.