No job security, while I worked there I didn't bother to get to know my coworkers because it was standard for there to be a mass firing every three months. It didn't matter what you supervisor said, I heard supervisors assure people they were safe, only to find out that they'd been fired the next time I came into the office.
I remember this one guy who had survived quite a few of the cullings, and had just gotten out of the hospital. He talked to our regional head, who assured him that his position was safe. Then, the next time I tried to contact him for some info, I found out he'd been fired! Sometimes the management would go to the employee's home and tell them not to come in because they'd been fired.
I was so stressed out working there, you'd just get a good team together, then they're gone. I dreaded any calls from my manager, I remember being told to come for a meeting on Monday, spent the whole weekend in agony. When my time came, I was called in mid job, drop what you're doing, and told to hand in my keys then and there. I was just at the three year mark...
I had had no problems, and was well liked by the people, and had good results. It doesn't matter with this company, don't even do contract work with them, in one city they have buildings staff had to buy their necessary supplies out of pocket (and wait months for reimbursement) because no store would have an account with them because they did not pay their bills.
Management doesn't care
No job security