Only the owners and their family can make a living here. Wage scales are kept very low in part because they hire illegal workers. They do this so they can treat people however they want. The management style is to hire as many workers as they can at minimum wage and see which ones stick around through the abuse. They are very quick to degrade when a mistake is made, yet seldom praise for success. You are constantly being harassed to work faster, and made to fear for your position if you do not. I learned nothing there, except that I didn't want to work there.
Unfortunately, the workers are the great people, and seem to be stuck there. I liked nearly everyone I worked with, I just disagreed with how each and every one of them was treated. Everyone there is "looking" for work, and only works there until something else is found. Advancement is rarely possible (since you are placed on one job and are expected to only do that one thing), yet if advanced, management is unwilling to pay for promotions in the way of compensation. "Work hard, and the money will come", is the answer you get if you ask for better compensation. There is insurance, but very expensive, and not generally offered to anyone who doesn't ask. In the art department, talking to other workers is discouraged and sometimes prohibited. All email is read by owners and monitored, and a general feel of "big brother" prevails. There is no incentive to do a good job other than to not lose your job.
Unless you really need a job, do not work here!