Pros: benefits are amazing, awesome schedule, potentially good teams
Cons: management, pay could be better, frequent policy changes
a typical day at work was good, it started out with a team meeting in the morning and then we went to our respective areas to work. i learned that teamwork and safety is an invaluable asset to any job, regardless of where it might be. In my own personal opinion Management left quite a bit to be desired, they changed policies frequently and without notice (that seemed like every 2 weeks), there were times that it felt like there was no room for advancement opportunities; it honestly felt like supervisors as well as management didn't really pay any attention to how well employees did their jobs or how well/hard they worked. The hardest part of the job itself was making sure every part got to their assigned areas in the right amount of time. The most enjoyable part of the job, was my team; i loved working with them, we had excellent camaraderie, we all helped each other no matter what the task was.