Job Work/Life Balance. This depends on the day. It gets busier in the fall and winter but easier in the spring. No complaints
Salary/Benefits. Annual reviews come with raises, depending on how well you perform and how much positive feedback you receive from customers
Job Security/Advancement. Depends on the skills and capabilities. There is room for growth if you are capable. Handouts aren't given freely nor is seniority a factor over performance.
Management. The managers are pretty good at their jobs, attentive and understanding of employee concerns. Installers are trusted to do their jobs and aren't micro-managed, but GNI runs a pretty tight ship and always find out if an employee is working against the company.
Job Culture. As an installer, the culture is pretty rough. The guys are decent for the most part, but definitely not politically coreect...
Job stability, advancement, benefits
employee culture is a throwback to the stone age