Pros: diverse co-workers, paid holidays, pto, affordable benefits, small gym, atm
Cons: micro-managed, bad work/life balance, frequent changes, highly stressful
The job is not all bad, however it is stressful. It is hard however to balance work life and personal life because your shift varies. You may have an awesome eight hour day shift with weekends off and three months later you're stuck with a ten hour shift working evenings and weekends. You have to be totally flexible and willing to deal with change after change on a daily to weekly basis on procedures.
The good things are you do receive bonuses bases off of your performance. We get paid holiday's off, PTO hours, FMLA, and great benefits. There is a casual dress code and we have days where we can wear sports gear and hoodies. The cafeteria is decent but it closes at 1:45 pm; it has really good affordable breakfast however lunch is expensive.
Overall ESI is a good experience if you're open to flexibility and change!