Pros: Great compensation and great benefits
A typical day would be to meet with my co-workers to explain what needed to be done that day, keep up with the logistics, help pick, process, receive, ship, and make sure inventory was correct, communicate with government employees, and lead a department. I learned that the harder you worked the farther you would go. Management was great, the best I ever had; as long as you did your job then you would be fine. Co-workers were also great, I couldn't have asked for better ones. The hardest part of the job was dealing with disgruntled people that had a mistake on an order. The most enjoyable part was knowing that I did my best and managed people that I respected and they respected me, and our worked positively reflected that.