Having worked there for more years than I care to remember,
I can honestly and accurately describe the culture there, management, prospects and simply what its like to be there.
In short, we were resonably well paid, with slowly decreasing benefits. Some highly educated, talented and dedicated staff work there, but doing something that doesn't come - more... close to utilising their skills.
Chances for promotion depend on which section you work in, who your manager is and if you are willing to "play ball". On that note, if you need a job and you play rugby, football or hurling, your in, even if the ... - less
ProsPay, hours, not difficult(for most employees)
ConsDead end, slim chance of progression, dodgy managers with an "old boys club" approach