Great place to work if you are wanting to make a whole bunch of hours and have a good work ethic. It's all about what you make of it honestly.
I was able to pay off over $30,000 in student loans in two years just from working here because i worked so many hours. If the managers see you working hard and if you learn your craft well and show interest in growing, then they will cross train you, and then if you have good leadership skills, you will hopefully move up in the company. Aaaand they have to like you lol
Hardest Part: Company is focused heavily on getting their bottles so that they can meet their daily/weekly/monthly goal in comparison to the other centers in the area. Also, you're legitimately on your feet the. Entire. Day.
Most enjoyable part: If you are cross trained, you're never in the same place for more than an hour or two= an enjoyable day
Always opportunity for overtime, and possible travel with company
bad work/life balance. Im lucky I'm not married nor have any kids.