Pros: great coworkers, some opportunity to advance
Cons: poor pay, long hours, constant management changes
Lionbridge really wants to get its money's worth from their employees. A typical day is rarely 8 hours, but often 10 or 12, especially as the majority of people on your team are not in your time zone. Pay is not equal to the workload, however there is some flexibility within the job that tries to make up for it (e.g. working from home, flexible start and end times). Be prepared to work long, strange hours at times, and be prepared to sacrifice a lot of your personal life to get the job done.
Management is alright. Direct managers are often very hardworking and understanding, but corporate management has absolutely no idea what anyone besides themselves does for work. Benefits aren't great (terrible health insurance, very cheap holiday 'parties'). However, the company does prefer to hire and promote from within, so there is opportunity to advance, to a degree. Coworkers are very friendly and helpful.