Pros: meet new people, it is easy to get business leads, most people are kind
Cons: no breaks, bad management, the company over charge people for benefits, bad scheduling, the company steal money from employees, they don't care about your culture or values.
Most days are filled with watching surveillance cameras, sitting at a front desk.
I've learned that this job has no tolerance for accidents.
The co-workers can be very sneeky.
The hardest part of the job is following rules because the rules are changed every few months and sometimes weeks.
The most enjoyable part of this job is talking to residents and learning about new things.