Pros: when we got paid it was pretty well
Cons: short-staffed, shady backstabbing people higher in the company, poor old equipment, no company value or structure.
I worked at Evergreen for almost 2 years. The only good thing that came out of it was the ramp experience. The upper management outside of our station is truly horrible. Paychecks came late numerous times thus ending the Tampa stations operation. The equipment was very poor. The GSE mechanic we had struggled to keep up with the breaking equipment and his budget was so short we couldn't fix anything. We had to hire anyone we could get off the street just to fill positions, which as they come, we got some characters. There were very few things really good at Evergreen. From the get go, i was always telling the managers, how do they expect us to work if we don't have to right equipment and tools.