Work/life balance depends heavily on what position you take up. If you work in the offices, you might get 40-45 hours per work. Other people, like those in parts, behind the counter and in the shop, can expect a minimum of 60 hours each week.
On the plus side, most everyone is pretty nice, considering how much work is on the agenda. There are inter-company advancement opportunities and the organization has an expansionary focus. The tough part is keeping staff numbers up with how much work is taken on.
Pay and benefits are competitive. You can expect promotional events now and then, which means holiday events and baseball games. If you're good at what you do, there are also some chances to go on cruises.