Their training department needs to spend more time teaching their job coaches how to be effective leaders (team captains) if they want to promote a "team" environment.
You spend your first 2 days in the administration building learning about the work culture from those who have no clue about the integrity of their management.
The benefits are good if you're willing to put up with an erratic schedule-- you should basically plan to not attend any family events for the first 2 years of your employment. They are generous (compared to most places) with their vacation time, so that's a plus. They give you lots of quality food options that weigh out the driving time and gas money spent to get there.
The hardest part of the job is trusting your management. They are really good at pretending like they care, but in reality, they don't care about how hard you work. Just like any other job, advancing is all about who you know, and who likes you.
This place is compared to high school a lot. It's a box in the middle of a corn field, so I guess i shouldn't complain.
Free lunches, health care benefits, opportunities to win cash