Pros: you can leave your stress of the day at work, can sometimes telecommute, occasional verbal recognition
Cons: healthcare, pto, no advancement, issues that are discussed are pushed aside.
Wylie's is great to work for if you are in with the right people. There tends to be "favorite's" among upper management. Duties tend to get added to you above and beyond your job description and you are expected to take on these tasks without compensation for doing so. The good thing is that it is easy to leave your work problems at work. Advancement in the company is difficult, again if you are not "in" with the right people. PTO is not good, you do not even accumulate 8 hours a month and there is nothing extra for "sick" time.