Work hours are predictable for the most part. Your schedule is typically permanent, and you usually have weekends off at, if you work at a warehouse.Moving up can be difficult, as management is reluctant to leave or relocate at most facilities. The hardest part of the job is maintaining productivity once you've been there for about 5 years, as expectations are high, even if the amount of available work to do is low. Benefits are really expensive, as it's a bigger company, but not big enough to get the price breaks with insurance companies, or at least that's what they say. Overall, I think it's a company with a future.
Lot's of employee appreciation events
healthcare is expensive