Pros: Good co workers aside from Management, Free Lunch Tuesdays, Gym in the basement
Cons: Management, Office Politics, Little reward for lots of labor, little job security
After RBC bought out my previous employer, I worked my fingers to the bone and pushed myself to my own personal limits for 5 years straight.
I did whatever was asked of me (Including getting Federally Registered and running my Offices cage at the same time by myself for 3 months, doing 2 Managers jobs at once) while working plenty of unpaid overtime for next to nothing. I won a Monthly and Annual Award of Excellence for 2013 which hasn't been accomplished by someone with my job title in the history of the company.
After all of my accomplishments, I was passed over for the Management position I had earned (which I was offered and I had accepted) for someone who was highly under qualified and ultimately fired for speaking up for myself in my annual review.
You will be overworked, underpaid and a victim of the "Glass Ceiling"
I learned that going above and beyond means nothing but free labor and compliments don't equate to any sort of compensation when it's time to pay bills.