Pros: work is simple
Cons: underhanded tactics, extended hours, unfair management
What you're told the work load will be when you're hired is not the work load you'll be handling, nor is the expected hours. If you work 3-11pm, don't expect to get out before 2am. Here's the kicker: no overtime, so all those extra hours get dwindled away by tactics like extended lunches and coming in later. Management tends to choose favorites and if you're not a "cool kid" you're scrutinized to see if you'll make a mistake under pressure. The benefits package wasn't bad at first, until I learned that in order to be paid for maternity leave, I had to purchase both short term AND long term disability packages, even though maternity leave is a short term "condition." Simply put, short term approves it and long term pays for it...so, I was not paid for the 2 months I was out, and when I came back, my paycheck was mega garnished to pay for the insurance premiums I missed for being out. Now there's talk of doubling insurance rates if your BMI is over 29. The company only treats you well if you're willing to put family aside, not gripe about illegal tactics or twisted benefits, I'm glad I'm out and I wouldn't want to ever work there again.