Cons: no breaks, long hours, the list goes on...
You definitely won't be permitted to have a life if employed here. they force you to work ridiculous hours. many times I worked 24-36 hours straight. yes 6 hours of sleep were permitted at some locations ONLY if the clients didn't wake up and you're paid less per hour during that time whether you sleep or not.
No breaks period.
THEY PROMISE WHATEVER YOU WANT TO HEAR TO GET YOU TO TAKE THE JOB. they promised that I would never have to work on the days I had class... THEY FORCED ME TO MISS CLASS.
I got a promotion. Over three months pass and I never saw a dime of the raise that I had been promised in writing. IT TOOK ME QUITTING AND THREATENING A LAW SUIT TO GET THE MONEY THEY OWED ME. many of my coworkers were in the same position.
The insurance is outrageously priced and you have a 3,700 dollar deductible.
If someone no call no shows, they force you to stay until they get someone in or until next shift. Higher ups in the company, aka the HR, executive, and then county managers, rarely cover shifts.
Managers are paid what other companies start their DSPs at and are expected to do ten times the amount of work that other companies in this industry ask their managers to do.