Pros: yearly bonuses, decent wages
Cons: micromanaging, stricter than needed working environment
Frank's as a whole tends to always have work and upcoming jobs. While I can't speak for all departments, the Engineering/Drafting in Lafayette are way too micromanaged, knit-picky and expect all work, all of the time. If you're into lots of overtime and putting aside your personal and home life, Frank's is the place. Saturdays? They expect at least half a day. Holidays? Unless it's a big one they'd like you to work.
What would be simple procedure of revising drawings at other companies, you spend more time filling out the paperwork than the actual revision at Frank's. The Drafting manager doesn't take time to show you proper protocol of paperwork or a tour of the facilities as there are many shops and divisions. He is quick to remind you of your mistakes caused from his own misinformation. Most of the Engineers, including the V.P. of Engineering, Drafting Supervisor and Sr. Drafter have Jekyll and Hyde personalities; one day being friendly, the next hardly noticing you're there or just outright being rude. If the engineer you're working under gives little work, you become the fall guy for lack of production. It's not a place to discuss the Sunday game on Monday morning or expect an email telling all to get to work. This is not an exaggeration or fabrication, I assure you.
My recommendation is to gain experience working at Frank's and find a job with a better working enviromement else where.