Pros: Great co-workers
Cons: Overtime, no work/personal balance
Everyone starts out as a temp. If you're lucky, you'll become a permanent employee. Great place to get some experience to put on your resume. Decent pay. Ok, benefits. Mandatory over time from about November-February...working 6, sometimes 7 days a week. (Those OT checks do look nice around the holiday)They don't care about your home/personal life. And don't even think about saying you can't come in. They give you an occurrence for coming in late, calling in, leaving work a few hours early. So if you have a family, or young kids this is NOT the job for you! Not allowed to use your personal cell outside of break/lunch period. So again, if your kid is sick or hurt at school, you won't know until your break or lunch time. Can't go to your car outside of break/lunch time. It's literally jail that pays you between $14-16/hr. There are days when there isn't a lot of work. Management expects you to sit and not talk to your neighbor or surf the internet for your whole 8 hour shift. Can't take a walk around the building...nothing! Just sit for 8 hours! Luckily my co-workers are awesome! We get each other through the days.