Pros: great 401k match, good benefits, nice pto program. horrible management that's promoted from within that has no leaderships skills.
Cons: mandatory 25-30 hour a week overtime for 3 months a year when new insurance kicks in around january.
The benefits are really good there at the company, but the compensation was not.... pay raises sometimes were less than a nickle a year despite working at 200% of quotas and excelling. They laid people off regularly and "found" and "fabricated" reasons to get rid of older employees that made money for their savings to promote stock growth. They have – more... a hire from within policy that promotes growth and gives employees opportunity... unfortunately they provide little to no training and require no further skills from an entry level position to become management, often their management felt entitled and executed their power in ways that was degrading. Getting promoted is often a game of favoritism and having family or friends that can have some pull for you, saw this often. Many of those in management were clueless on how to treat people, did little work, and wanted to place blame on others for their shortcomings. My department had something like 8 managers, 3 trainers, and approx. 10 team leads (at different points in time), we probably went through about another 20 or so that moved up or moved on... all of which bumped heads and would write you up if you did something wrong by their standards, but was told to you to be right by one of the other 20 people there. Lots of right ups, lots of bickering, horrible working environment where everyone was always paranoid and upset with each other... one of the worst jobs I ever had as far as how I felt while there. Padded my 401k really nice before they let me go for a "fabricated" reason... wasn't upset at all as I was miserable for far too long despite being a great employee and putting in a ton of OT and excelling at my work. – less