Pros: free soda, very affordable insurance packages
Cons: breaks are few and far between
The work is not hard, but the "training" program in the Food and Nutrition Department of SEHealth is awful. I got 2 days of training for the job I started with, and my trainers weren't people who normally did that job so they didn't exactly know what they were doing. I got 8 days of training for a job I never did, and NO training for the job I ultimately ended up with.
My coworkers were generally helpful and easy to get along with, but there is always a major communication block between management and staff.