Pros: close shop half a day early in friday holidays on occasions. free coffee and tea. some telework, but they wont' trust you
Cons: no raises, per say. expected, but not required to remotely work in the evenings. a terribly high volume of meetings.
There are some good people to work for, and then there are the PharmD, who believe they are God's gift to the world (with the exception of one). First Databank LOVE to have meetings. You'll spend half you day in meetings you don't belong in. This includes the all-hands meetings, were upper-management spends a few hours talking about how great they are doing. I did at least get to spend half my time developing database solutions, but it's hard to work, then you're running between meetings all day. Morale was very low when I was there. There also seem to be a whisper on the air that we wouldn't be around very long. High turn-over is routine.
Raises were cost-of-living, and where less than the increase of the insurance. So expect an ever shrinking paycheck.
If you NEED a job, then you can probably make this work for you. You can make some good friends and deal with the rest. But likely you'll be in the job market again in the few years. I enjoyed working there as a contractor, but not as f/t.