Pros: flexible hours, clean workplace
Cons: bad pay, bad training, not much advancement
This is nice as a first job. It's a clean workplace, the schedule is flexible, the hours aren't bad. It's also easy to request off if you need it.
But you wouldn't want to work here long. The pay is terrible, you have a small opportunity for advancement, and it's hard to get more hours unless you're a manager.
The training is also bad, you have to – more... learn a lot on your own. But you operate as a team so people are there to help. I think you can do a lot worse than this job. – less