Pros: the nightshift differential $$
Cons: the people working there
From management to techs, the culture of the company is unprofessional. The management is aware of the hazing and bullying in the cleanroom but refuse to address the problem outside of an email (we were told by management that this is the culture of the cleanroom). The company have their citations and lawsuits posted, but it's up to you to read them (after hire). I was warned not to work here but the monetary compensation sucks you in before you actually get a taste of the real Pharmedium. The work is not hard, but it will take a toll on your body (i.e. hands, arms, back). The norm is to have surgery on your hands (per 75% of the techs) then come back to work. HR informs you it is your fault if you get carpal tunnel or tendonitis, if they actually return your call, email, or office visit. They have a really huge turnover rate. I would not recommend working for this company.