Work/Life balance is for management, nobody else gets to have a day off. Calling in sick is so punished and frowned upon that you'd rather just get everyone else sick than take the chance.
Support from management
The upper management will blame you for their mistakes, and middle management won't try to defend you in any way.
You are actively punished for working together or chatting while working. You are expected to be isolated.
Freedom to work independently
Most of the time, depends partially on your position. Actually one of the few things I like here, I am given a task and I complete it. Some like to micromanage, however.
There is none, you will only ever hear of something as it is happening, or not at all. The other departments do not communicate in advance of outages, planned or otherwise, changes, events, etc.
Women are given priority for all promotions, whether or not they are qualified for it.
There is none, if you're part time, if you're full time, however, they will pay for college.
Overall compensation for your work
It's barely enough to live on, just enough to keep me stuck here.
Office / Work Environment
Secondhand smoke and filthy environment mean you'll be sicker than ever, far more often. Other than that, you're on your feet all day unless you're taking a break.
Billions of styrofoam cups have passed through this place.
You are given 5 days off a year if part time, no sick time. They do have programs in place for maternity and paternity leave, as well as short term disability, caring for a sick family member, bereavement, etc, one of the few perks.
No. I do not approve of their treatment of employees.
Depends on position, entire departments have disappeared overnight. As long as you show up to work and you're even vaguely competent, you'll never be fired.
They do seem to try and hire such people, but they put them all in the uniform department, and few seem to progress further.
Secondhand smoke and filth. You will be sick violently and constantly.
Depends on your role, but generally monotonous, same thing every day, little challenge. Occasionally very stimulating.
Inclusive / Diverse
Very strong bias towards their tribal members. Diversity is idealized, but not achieved.
Suggestions for improvement
What I like about the company
I get paid every month, it's better than being homeless.
What I dislike about the company