Cons: pay, healthcare, and everything else
The is suppose to be a state job, however technically you are not an state employee so you do not get the benefits, what they offer is an extremely high premium which covers catastrophic medical only. The trainer is miserable as best as well as you are chained to a desk. they do not off simple courtesy things like coffee, tea, coco because the "union" would make them pay for it. You are expected to use you 15 minute break to go the bathroom, otherwise you are penalized for taking too many breaks. The pay for what you are expected to do is insulting to anyone who has worked any type of professional job. You have to pay union dues regardless if you join the union or not which brings you pay down to $9/hr. Only take this job if you love misery, if you have any type of skills and education this is not the place to be. The management here is poor, unrealistic and completely USELESS. They themselves have failed at their previous jobs and ended up here...what does that tell you.