Good job, but not a career.
Pros: relaxed enviroment, good coworkers, great managment
Cons: no room for advancement, early hours, not many transferable skills
Murphy is a good place to work while you are just starting out, or putting yourself through school. The hours are steady for the most part, the only variable is coming in an hour early some weeks, and some Saturdays. The managment is excellent, very fair and honest. The employees are competant and professional for the most part, there are bad apples just as there are in any other work place, and the atmosphere is one of sort of relaxed familiarity. The hardest thing about working there is getting used to the 'get it done fast, but take your time and do it right' pace they set. They value production and quality control very highly. My only problem was there didn't seem to be much of any room for advancement in the company, and I'm searching for a career, not a job.