Pros: co-workers are usually pretty nice.
Cons: everything else!
Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley corporation used to be the best place to work in the area. Many people were known as "Lifers", which meant once you got a job there you stayed for life. That mentality went out the window when Rockwell bought Allen Bradley Co. Now the only things they are interested in are numbers. They don't care about the people that work there, which in turn makes the people who work there not care about the company. It has been sad to see how things have gone downhill over the years. Management in general is only interested in keeping their jobs, and making their numbers look good. They are usually only there for a short time to add experience to their resumes, and then they move on. There used to be a sort of pride in what was made there, and quality was job #1. Now it is all about how cheap parts be bought, and keeping as little inventory as possible in the building. Much if not almost all of the production that was at this facility has been move to Mexico. Again it is all about profit margin. Why pay Americans $16 an hour, when you can pay Mexicans $9 a day! There is no pride in this company anymore, and I wish that was the worst of it. The worst part of all is the blatant lying. I think it is a job requirement to get any kind of office job for this corporation. They lie right to your face, and smile about it. So if you don't mind working for a company that doesn't care about you, pays decently well, lies to your face, puts constant stress on you no matter what, and you think head games are fun. Then this is the place for you. If not look elsewhere.