Pros: can move around the country
Cons: hrs and sometimes the job
When I started with the company I started as a temp and moved up within the company. I have done the data entry and even project management. That was up in Des Moines, Iowa. Working up there it was more of a family than just a work site. Moving down to KC, that was a different story. I became a manager and didn't have the backing that I had up home. I had a lot of problems with my employees and didn't seem to have the support of my higher ups to see what was actually going on and fix the things that needed to be fixed. I got selected for a project that took about 8 months, in the beginning it was a nightmare and again didn't have the support that I needed to do the job correctly. I got the hang of it slightly and got a good crew to work for me, then when I was about done I got a severance package. I thought it was the end of the world when that happened, but I no longer have the stress that I had when I worked there and don't have to try to change things that need to be changed to only get told no. Not a bad place to work if you want to go with the flow. I was with them for about 8 years, but they are always looking to consolidate all departments and make things run as efficiently as possible. Problem is that there is no room for human error or taking time off. The teams are so lean that if 1 person is off for any amount of time, everyone has to scramble if something large comes in the door.