Left hand has no idea what right hand is doing.
Pros: free use of company-supplied equipment
Cons: management and hr seem to have no clue
I was brought on board to do field work, and was very enthusiastic at first - until it dawned on me that there were no less than 4 people involved in the hiring process and none of them seemed to know what any of the others had already done. I must have signed the same papers two or three times for different people.
I did two days' training which only lasted about 12 hours. I'd never used an iPad before, but was expected to learn how in a couple of hours. I also live some distance away from the Portland metro area, and mentioned that it would be nice to have a place to stay during the work week; after that people stopped answering my emails, and I was pretty much got rid of without being given any reason. Also, my termination letter wasn't sent to me until two weeks after being written. So much for a "30-day appeal period".
The people at Peak all seem to be in their 20s and early 30s, and they mostly ARE very nice people, but they didn't bother telling me I'd be working hours away from home until after I'd accepted the job offer.