Not awful if you don't have any other option or want to advance your career.
Pros: time off: 20 days minimum; new management (ceo, svp) seem to want to improve things
Cons: salary, poor deeply ingrained culture
If you're in the Operations group, don't expect to do any advancement in the company, and if you do, don't expect your salary to move with you. Salaries for promotions (which don't actually exist because promotions in the traditional sense aren't allowed) are based off of previous salary, so no matter how much your job responsibilities increase, you're salary will only go a few percentage points.
Also, there is a strong culture of competition in the company, and not in a good way. Every group is constantly trying to defend itself from others and deflect responsibility, and finger pointing is a constant fact of life. Teamwork and shared responsibility are simply nonexistent. And the higher up you go into leadership, the more downright Machiavellian it gets. Watch your back.