Pros: free gym, great location, opportunities for raise, health clinic, cafeteria
Cons: few opportunities for advancement, long workday, no summer hours
The workday is structured around a 9-hour shift - 8 hours of work and 1 full hour (unpaid) of break (with 2 additional 15-minute breaks). While the amount of breaks is great, I would prefer to work a standard 8-hour day with a half-hour paid lunch and be able to leave for home an hour earlier. This was non-negotiable. The company invests a lot of money back into itself, which is reflected in the well-kept, new facility that SHI is housed in. The company is growing steadily with big, reasonable ambitions for the future. The CEO is friendly and accessible, which is impressive. The manager in my department was unfit for their position and lacked integrity; though, from personal experience, this wasn't universal - I met many capable, professional managers as well. The dress code is lenient and Fridays are super casual.