I worked in the Waco, TX facility.
Good help is hard to find (and keep) because there's not much excitement in Waco except for Baylor activities but as far as the company, it is just OK.
There are lots of politics and so if you are in the "chosen ones" crowd go will go far-fast.
If you are not, then good luck they will keep you in the same roll until you get tired and quit or get replaced.
The benefits are pretty decent and you will learn a lot. because I think that everyone employed there as a FTE works hard and is knowledgeable. Usually it is very busy from the time you clock in until the time you leave. Sometimes Managers talk down to people.
I worked in the lab for a couple of years and noticed people come and get accepted into grad. school and quit. Then the Supervisor has to start over and train someone new. A lot of resources wasted on training. Retention rate is low for the labs.
Other than that, benefits are good but no work-life balance for Exempt employees. you are supposed to be flexible and work any hours asked.
benefits are good and 401K matching
No work-life balance, low retention, politics