Pros: artwork everywhere, good cafeteria, on campus gym, helping customers who want to be helped
Cons: horrible schedules, inflexibility, micro managing, the pay for the workload given.
Chained to the desk all day by your phone like some prisoner of war, the phone constantly dinging in your ear. You don't get paid more for becoming licensed, even though that makes you more of an asset to the company. Instead they load more work on you and screw you over with your time off.
Micro-managing middle management, it's almost like a labor – more... camp with annoying contests.
They wouldn't close or send employees home during that massive storm a few days ago, and if you left to get ahead of it it was a red mark on your attendance. They don't care about their employees' safety and welfare, just making the almighty dollar.
Turn back before it's too late... – less