A lot of opportunity to learn how to work on a large variety of aircrafts and use various aviation equipment that most standard airlines and ground handling companies don't offer or use. Downside you have to find an employee willing to train you personally because upper management will have you waiting and asking for months.
There were a few good managers/employees that tried to help the company running smoothly. Favoritism is HIGH especially depending on the department you work for.
Starting pay rate & Lack of annual increase verse the work load is horrible. The job isnt hard once you learn what you need to know, but the long hours and extra work due to lack of employees they should pay more starting. After the loss of multiple contracts the starting rate for the work load/number of employees now is probably perfect.
If you can not handle working outside in various weather conditions, doing heavy lifting, fast pace environment with random up/down times, driving equipment this is not the field for you.
learning exprience, employees make work fun and interesting
pay rate, lack of career advancement, management