Pros: the poor, unhealthy rehab clients that work 80 hours a week
Cons: poor work environment and no respect for truly good people
The work environment at the Houston (Hemphill) location is poor and unprofessional. The Salvation Army officers do not foster inclusion. In other words, there is a great deal of fighting between those from different ethnic backgrounds ( Hispanics versus African Americans), socioeconomic backgrounds (highly compensated paid Salvation Army officers versus low paid regular employees), loyalists (those that do whatever the Salvation Army officers want done whether ethical or unethical versus those that are by the books), etc.
If you work there and they dislike your personality (Perhaps you are someone that cannot ignore the Salvation Army officers continually taking expensive donated items home for their personal profit), then they will just simply fire you. The reason will be layoff.
Since they "classify" themselves as a "church", then you are NOT ENTITLED TO UNEMPLOYMENT. Churches are not required to pay for unemployment and the Salvation Army does not participate in unemployment. When you are fired, you leave there with nothing. No unemployment. If you live paycheck to paycheck, then good luck in finding a new job as soon as possible. If you are a good person, the Salvation Army doesn't care about you.