When I was at Rheem there were no ping pong tables only walks around the building in which I did do on my lunch to get the exercise and fresh air.
Pros: not so mich maybe a free dinner once in awhile.
Cons: healthcare a plus money a plus friendship a plus security a must.
Basically working for Rheem was a good job.The money was good,insurance was a blessing. The only thing that I didn't care for was being treated like a childI did learn how to wire units,replace fan s.check out the motors,and do my own maintance on my unit at home which is a Rheem unit. They the company would let you come up from the bottom to fill management positions however some of these people would carry a grudge with them.I personally made lots of real friends anf am still in contact with.I spent more time with my co-workers than I spent with my family.When they had to have a quota so they would stand right behind you thinking that you would go faster that were. We would set quotas and go above and beyond them because we wanted to be the best.Working with your friends who were always their for you. If you missed a screw they would fix it. We always had each others back.I loved my job at Rheem and I hope to get another job with a company with the same kind of people.