It's a call centre which is inconveniently located for employees without their own transportation.
Pros: cafeteria open during weekdays until six p.m., offering limited options
Cons: inability to plan outside activities due to shift bids.
Shift bids every few months mean that employees cannot plan for other things outside of work, such as night classes, hobby groups, etc. It is very hard to have a LIFE while working here. Quality standards are continually changing, requiring continual adjustment on the part of the floor staff. Management does not consider the unique needs of employees when planning shifts, and because the buses have a limited time in which they run, if an employee does not have a vehicle and needs to bus to work, they can still be placed on a schedule which forces them to find alternate ways to get to work. Slowest elevator in the Western Hemisphere. Employees are required to leave the production floor on breaks and lunches, but if one is disabled and needs to take the elevator, they are penalized for getting back late through no fault of their own. Co-workers ranged from nice to not-so-nice. A high school mentality is evident throughout. Very high turnover because employees are just numbers to management. Supervisors are petty and unprofessional if they dislike a particular employee and will negatively comment on the employee's annual review regardless of the employee's actual performance.