Overall it is not a bad place to work and the pay is good. Unfortunately, the call interview and the in person interview set up false expectations for how the scheduling and time off requests work.
It is NOT accommodating to life balance, and if you use your three sick days for one year you are told it goes towards your performance for moving forward and it will be harder to move forward.
It doesn't matter if you are sick with a valid doctors note, have personal stuff going on, or something with family happens it will go towards your emergency days, when you try and do a "shift slide" where you can work on your day off to make up for loss time, you are told that you are unable to do so.
So again what we were told about doing shift trades and working on days off so it doesn't go towards your performance is false.
Once you are out of training, the environment changes.