Pros: health care, meals, close relationships with co-workers and staff
Cons: little to no care about managers (lifes, health, sanity, etc), lying, unanswered/broken promises, manipulation, etc
As a salaried manager you were basically treated like a slave, working minimum 60 hours a week, without a thought at additional compensation. Most times you could hardly get a thank you, or would get yelled at if you tried to leave when it was slower and time would allow for you to recoup those extra hours worked.
Were not giving the support or tools – more... to do job properly, ie. budgets, contracts, training, etc. A LOT of favoritism and high up manager literally PUSHING his managers out of the company and account.
Witnessed the loss of over 18 managers and supervisors in a less than 3 year period under one person's "reign" and HR does not think anything is wrong with this. You call to put in Discrimination complaints, to ask questions about policy and procedures and receive inadequate answers, non at all, or told that the only option is to speak with a manager you are not comfortable with at all. Promised manager interviews to assess the situation that never came.
This lists go on and on. I hear not all of the accounts are like this, but my experience soured me on the whole company for good. I would never work for these corrupt people! – less