Pros: hours are fine and personal life manageable
Cons: nearly everything else
Each day was either incredibly slow or ridiculously fast to the point of stress-induced break downs. Management is the worst I've had to deal with as of yet, but I doubt it can get much worse. They all act like they're in high school and gossip about other employees behind their backs, even though they discuss this openly on the floor for any nearby employees to hear. They are, for the majority, incompetent and take an unnecessarily lengthy amount of time to get anything done and when they do, chances are slim it was done right. They'll scold employees and talk poorly of them behind their backs if they do something incorrect, even if it was something they were never taught how to do it properly. If you can put up with the management and the HR department however, most of the people that do work there are decent human beings and there's no trouble in finding a good bunch of people to waste your time with there. The hours for the most part, however department dependent, are rather reasonable. 8 1/2 a day, usually with your fair share of over time should you be so inclined, but the pay and treatment you get is generally not worth the trouble.