Pros: Maybe your boss and coworkers are still in another state.
Cons: Poor workflow internally, lack of cooperation among teams
Disjointed management across the country, rival internal factions throwing stones defending their silos, no cohesive architecture across IT unilaterally, plus I simply felt entirely out of place there as the only person on my team in the location. I usually say, worst jobs in IT are for companies that IT wasn't and isn't their focus, like most treated IT as a burden, and there simply was no strong leadership I could tell that cared otherwise.
Very frustrating experience, only stayed a few months before moving on.
One of the better memories was watching several people playing solitaire every chance they got, which apparently was most of the day for some. They were on the "hotels" side, so apparently exempt from working.