Pros: p/t hours
Cons: no breaks, min wage job
run like a military boot camp, barking orders out every 10 minutes.
no breaks, unless you are a smoker.
co-workers go behind your back and report to supervisor.
no benefits, as they advertise full time work with benefits, but only give out 7.5 hour shifts to keep you under the 40 hour benefit packages.
recently signed new contract that pays all new incoming employees minimum wage to start, with union dues to be paid, you are working for less than minimum wages.
not a fun place to be involved with, as there are too many stuck up employees.