Pros: Climate-controlled production building, free water and other drinks, good people, good experience, etc.
Cons: Long drive from most places, wouldn't be good for someone with back or other physical problems
Overall, this is a great place to work, despite several management changes, lots of failed scheduling experiments, and a less than perfect group of employees. I've been employed at Nestle Waters in a southern California location for over 2 years now, and if you just look beyond the previously mentioned stuff, do your job to the best of your ability, take it one day at a time, and learn to enjoy your diverse peers, its good. The hardest part of the job for me is being on my feet all day, unless you're a forklift driver, you will be on your feet all day. The most enjoyable is the vast knowledge I have gained of the manufacturing environment and the challenges that make me a stronger, wiser person and employee, I also really enjoy the people I work with- some are local, some are from other states, and some from other parts of the world. At the end of the day, working in an air-conditioned building, having pretty much everything you need to do your job efficiently and effectively, and still liking your job after 2 years is really, really hard to beat; Plus the pay is good and the benefits are OK.