Pros: Lunches, meetings, opportunities for advancement, pay for production, prize incentives, travel, flexibility with schedule and good time off.
Cons: micro-management, unrealistic production metrics, mandatory overtime
A typical day at work is arriving 30 minutes earlier than you expected time to set up for the day, visit with coworkers and get some breakfast your teammate brought in. Management usually takes the time to get to know everyone, though it is hard with many employees and a tight work schedule with a TON of meetings. Coworkers were generally nice and treated you like family. The hardest part was meeting metrics as they were demanding and rather unrealistic (even from management perspective). A lot of management has not done the "grunt work" of being in the entry-level positions so expectations are not mutually understood. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing my direct reports grow right in front of me. A good morale and listening to your employees goes a long way!