Typical day would start with multiple emails giving conflicting information, or emails between what should be you and your supervisor, but you'll find that all of leadership has been cc'd, detailing something innocuous. No responsibility for the lack of direction, leadership, training, growth, culture, or actual care of any employees that haven't been branded as must-have.
The best thing about working there was that I was provided opportunity early on to showcase what I brought to the table, then low-balled on an offer. Forced their hand at negotiating something for a moderate amount of pay.
There is absolutely zero compassion shown unless you are friends with your manager, meaning that, if you're tasked with projects that require time away from your current role, or you are trying to cross-train to help with another department, by the companies request, expect to be met with contempt, not just from your supervisor, but your peers, as well as the Workforce department.
Workforce, or scheduling, is apparently extremely difficult to get right, because they constantly would understaff/overstaff, and not utilize downtime in productive ways. I saw a lot of great, motivated people leave due to the complete and total lack of professionalism displayed by Team Leads, Supervisors, Managers, Directors, and peers, which I would say is rather telling that a company that wants to be the bank of here, wouldn't be able to keep people there that can make a difference.
You can be hired as a temp at a hire rate than direct hire.
Expect to be undercut, micro-managed by people who have no idea what they're doing, they've been promoted to the point of being incompetent.