Pros: tons of hours, good pay, relatively easy work
Cons: no communication between management, looking for reasons to fire, excessively strict attendence policy
I worked here for a period of four months, the time it generally takes for a full time employee to join their Teamsters Union however when I was just a week away from joining I accidentally cut my thumb through their "Kevlar" protective glove. It wasn't bad and as I was cleaning it out one of the senior union members reported it to management and a – more... huge deal was made out of it. In the end it wasn't even considered to be an accident and I was free to continue working. A few days later I received a call telling me not to show up for work as my employment was up for review due to unsafe work practice and a week letter I was sent a letter informing me of my termination.
The job itself can be a bit overwhelming at first but once you get the hang of it you'll be making your productivity quota in no time and despite my beef with their ethics the pay their was good and they allowed as much overtime as you could ask for which is a nice commodity. – less