If you're wondering what's missing at Ewing, just name it, and then continue to add to the list; it'll take a while to acknowledge all the cons. I had the two worst managers of my entire career here. If you are not part of the good ole boys club, and/or don't have a family member that works there, good luck. The only way to make it work there otherwise is to suck up the fact that you get paid dirt and cannot advance. One good thing I can say about working at Ewing was the fact that I learned a lot, but that was my credit alone, as I sought out knowledge and new skills, they were not offered. I only wish I would've gotten out earlier.
Food. They always had some sort of class, meeting, etc., that they bought too much food for, so the kitchen often had snacks. Also, a pro for those who'd rather screw off and get paid for it, I knew lots of employees who got away with not doing anything.
Not enough time in the world to capture all the cons.