Bottom of the industry benefits, pay depends on how often you're in the field (going camping quadding or fishing with people in positions of authority are the best way to ensure good pay).
Management come from the field and have no idea what it takes to manage people, they're promoted to the point of incompetence because they know people higher up.
Be prepared to work 15-16 hours days when you do finally get into the field as they will try to run you into the ground or until you drop or burnout. No doubt you will be blamed for said burnout.
Good luck trying to move up without knowing someone, and be prepared to be treated like poorly on a daily basis. You will hear the term "we own you for 15 days" repeatedly and they constantly remind you that you can be replaced... And they will, they recently laid off 60% of their workforce this spring. You mean nothing to them, bottom line is all that matters!
Service first, people don't matter
Terrible leadership, terrible model, do yourself a favour and look elsewhere. You'll thank me for it.
Industry average pay(which was just cut)
Poor benefits, poor treatment, egotistical management