The work itself is easy, and the training process is relaxed. If you need to pay the bills now, take the job, but do yourself a favor and do not end the job hunt.
The people you work with will be great, but everything else is a nightmare.
The hours are inflexible, the pay bad, the benefits are existent, but minimal. It's not uncommon for them to fail to give you benefits after 3 months and then tell you that you never handed them in, to cover for losing that information.
You will be expected to perform contradictory tasks and told what you see, plain as day, is not what is happening. They will stiff you and tell you that they are doing you a favor. Again. And again. And again.
Quality and supervisors are forever in disagreement about how you should do your job, so you'll be "coached" one day for doing something, and another for not doing it. Document everything to show that you've been told to do it.
For a job just above minimum wage, it's not bad, but they create needless amounts of stress in an already unrewarding environment. Do not settle here.