Pros: Pay, consistent hours, cowowrkers, vending machines
Cons: Sometimes if you haven't worked all your hours throughout the week, they make you stay long on Sunday doing remedial sweeping and other repetitive tasks.
At first I was skeptical about the job, but it really is one of the best jobs I've had. Pay is decent, and they make sure you get your hours one way or another, which at times can either be a blessing or a curse. The work is fast paced, but competitive and not necessarily difficult You pretty much clock in, get a tow motor, get your trailer reports, and start loading. The hardest part is probably the learning curve of knowing where everything is, and double/triple stacking composites. Management are really laid back but assertive, but most importantly, forgiving, patient, and encouraging.
Also, vending machines accept debit/credit cards, which is extremely convenient.