Pros: You can't get fired unless you murder someone in front of customers.
Cons: Since nobody gets fired, there are tons of deadbeats and idiots grandfathered into managerial jobs, so there is no chance to move up.
Sadly, Men's Wearhouse promises a lot of things in recruiting and does not keep those promises. Since the ousting of George Zimmer, raises have been non-existent and hours have been cut for each store to the point that hourly employees are constantly anxious about making ends meet. Even if you are an excellent employee with a low rate of absenteeism, you are constantly haunted by having your hours cut down.
The company seems to think that sending around "fun packs" and providing pay out money for pizza makes the Wearhouse a great workplace. they don't seem to get it that people would like to be secure in their employment and not have to worry that they won't be able to pay their house or car note when the hours get cut down - again.
I was promised all sorts of things, a different position than the one I was placed in, advancement, regular raises, extensive training when I was recruited. None of these ever came to pass and it is obvious after three years that they never will.