The facilities are run down and in need of repair. Instead of replacing equipment or fixing problems a cheap quick fix is always their answer. The facilities are usually very dark, depressing, and an afterthought. Equipment breaking down and getting a quick fix every few weeks is quite the hassle. It's hard to do a job without the required tools.
The constant turn over of staff is usually a good indicator of how companies are run. Very poor communication and the fly by the seat of your pants day to day scenarios are a constant headache. You have to wear a uniform, which is great, providing they actually give you one. A winter coat or fleece for winter they do have. Getting one is difficult. "Where is your jacket?" Well if you finally got me one I wouldn't have to wear my personal one. So you tell me where my jacket is, then I'll let you know.
From not being able to set building temperatures to changing the time of day on a computer, nothing can be done without permission from head office first. Sad but true. Poorly run and poorly maintained is a normal day.