Martin Brower could be a great place to work but unfortunately, they have several issues. First, they work every single holiday, weekend , and 24 hours a day and if your a supervisor your expected to work those terrible shifts and at least 50-60 hours a week. Second, its a union shop. Which means if you work in the union its not that bad but if your a supervisor or anything else on the management side its absolutely terrible. The union hates you and has all of the power and yet your expected by the higher ups to get things done with no managerial tools or actual authority to do so. This causes an impossible management situation where the kids of the classroom are in charge and not the teacher. Third, I don't know the exact numbers but from my own experience I would say they have an average 3 year turnaround on anything on the management side. Finally, compensation is terrible. If your the union side you get amazing benefits and pay. However, if your on anything on the management side the pay is probably little bit over minimum wage after all of the hours you put in. The healthcare packages are so expensive that you might as well get your own insurance. Also watch out if you get promoted. If work really hard show your potential you may get opportunities for advancement. Then you find out after getting that job and working even more hours and more stress you find out that they didn't give you your raise because they are "testing you out". Which of course they didn't actually tell you they where doing.
bad pay, bad hours, bad environment