Pay starts above minimum wage but raises are rarely - usually never - given. Company culture is non-existent, though UberPrints does work hard to project a social media image similar to companies that actually have an internal culture. A typical work day varies depending on your department, but you develop a routine pretty quickly and the best part of the job is the co-workers. It's incredible how much solidarity exists among miserable people.
The hardest part of the job is just keeping your head up: remembering that you are there for you, and not them (because UberPrints *definitely* is not and never will be there for you, unless you married an owner). The most enjoyable part of the job is free lunch on Fridays and holiday parties, but the employees are what make those fun.
The owners seem to resent the employees so much that they appear to have accepted low morale and rumors as a normal part of the work culture at UberPrints. It was always something else to witness how the owners don't bother to talk to or establish even casual relationships with employees; not even at holiday parties. Perhaps that can be attributed to the size of the company?
As an UberPrints employee, you are only making the owners richer and richer, while you stay in the same place - for years. I think it's a fine job to get if you know you'll move on to something better, but if you are looking to build a career in shirt printing, graphics, or customer service, look elsewhere. You can also work the favoritism to your advantage if you are a person whose morals are more in line with management.