Pros: Makes any other job look great!
Cons: Not enough room to answer.
Don't believe a word they tell you during orientation about training and advancement. If you work in Production, you are a human lifting machine who is easily replaceable. Mandatory overtime is not due to expansion. It is due to ridiculously high turnover. Quad relies heavily on temporary help who receive little to no training...and then walk out after several hours because the work is so awful. Twelve hour shifts with only two 20 minute breaks that are given at the machine operator's discretion. No sitting at all while on the floor (they'll tell you it gives their customers a bad impression during tours). For the regular Quad employees who last more than a week, you will find yourself constantly being worked faster and harder, and being stretched thinner and thinner as more people quit and walk out. Injury is imminent. Then you go to Quad Med (no conflict of interest there) who immediately sends you back to work to become even further injured. And then when you can no longer work, management steps in to tell you what a horrible person you are. It's a sick environment. Bottom line and productivity are EVERYTHING. So why do people stay there? Try asking your co-workers, many of whom speak little to no English whatsoever.
Good luck with your job search. But pass on this one.