Pros: cooworkers were all very pleasant to work with, easy commute
Cons: not challenged to learn, low salary, catered too much to client needs and no loyalty to the employees, creating low morale and high turnover.
When I was with GES, there was a very low company morale, and a very high turnover rate of 37%. The salary was low, in comparison to similar positions with other firms. Most people left after one or two years. Additionally, senior management would cater excessively to client demands, and did not hesitate to make personnel changes upon their demands. This created a low morale and a disconnect between local employees and senior management.