Pros: a paycheck.
Cons: inflexible schedule, call center mentality, management issues, pay rate, inability to keep qualified employees, 'we can hire anyone to do this job' mentality, lousy facilities (broad st and westerville), poor cafeteria.
When I first went for interviews the human resources representative started to interview me for the wrong position.
The second interview, the Team Leader that was interviewing me had absolutely no interest in the process and was basically checking off boxes to get it over with.
You get absolutely no real choice in providers for healthcare- 1 provider – more... with 2 packages and several add ons at additional cost.....
They have a sign up in the lobby "Voted Best Place to work in Central OH" 2006. I started in 2007 after they had fired everyone on the team I was going to for not doing their jobs.... I honestly could not see what the person who decided this was voting on- subpar facility, subpar management and human resources, subpar hiring practices and the ability to retain experienced employees is nil.
The hardest parts of the job is the heavy workload, micromanagement by superiors and a very inflexible set of corporate rules that seem to be enforced when management feels like it.
It was hard to get to know employees and coworkers because the place has a revolving door- A position is filled and three people are fired or leave for a better opportunity. This goes for the supervison also.
The most enjoyable part of the job is getting a paycheck- especially after you are unemployed or going to be or are laid off. That wears off real quick though. – less