although they offer pretty good benefits and pay, the environment will be stressful, fast paced and strenuous. They do train,however most times the training is just another employee watching you and not really helping you learn anything (just sitting around doing nothing). the management is pretty bad when it comes to favoritism. they provide tuition reimbursement but with the schedule, you will be lucky to go back to school. they just suggest you find an online school that will work around them. even though start time maybe set at 12,8,and 4, you must be clocked in and on your line before those times lest you receive reprimand. also with the coming plastic/foam ban, the company refuses to change its ways and produce a "greener" product. they do not lay you off for shortage of work, they do however offer a different position (sometimes at a lower rate of pay or with the need to relocate).
i would say the hardest part to deal with is management and the lack of an ability to work with a school schedule even though in most situations, a degree is needed in order to advance with in the company. also the lack of sick days provided can and does hurt.
good pay and benefits
3 sick days per year no matter what, always HOT, stressful