Safe But Draining
Little to no formal training.
People having outbursts almost regularly.
People using unprofessional and borderline antagonistic speech almost constantly.
Drivers and dispatchers constantly crawling up your back and half the time you can't blame them.
People being snide, rude, bigoted, and hurtful almost constantly and because that's "how they are", it's accepted.
There's waves of massive turnover fairly regularly. If you choose to stay, for some reason, though, the job security is nice, as a result.
Nearly everywhere in the industry pays better and you don't get vision care as part of your benefits and if you require something to make your work easier because of physical problems, expect resistance.
People don't grasp anything out of their scope so if you need help with anything on your desk and people who normally work it aren't available or are being uncooperative, good luck.
This isn't even getting into personal feelings regarding this place.
Job security, work itself is fairly easy once you pick it up
People are rude and unhelpful, morale is always seemingly low, minimum wage and nonsensical benefits