Pros: pay, benefits, location close to home, co-workers
Cons: company metric expectations, lack of advancement due to favoritism
This type of industry to work in became real personal, in a good way, because of the product that they were giving to their patients. The co-workers for the most part enjoyed the job and the benefits were pretty good too.
The negative things about the job were the fact that they would reduce lunches without notice, and the company metrics were really – more... hard to reach because of the constant changes of their requirements.
Overall, it was a good company to work for. – less