Pros: flex time, comp time, volunteer time, free safety equipment i.e. safety shoes, safety glasses
Cons: tuition reimbursement, on the job training reimbursement
A day at work was filled with productivity, and new learning experiences. At Glaxo you were always challenged to learn.
I learned "Leadership" I was allowed to lead in projects assigned and bring them to closure with very little supervision.
Management was professional practicing open door policy, allowing us to approach when needed with questions – more... that arose during certain projects, always willing to explain and retrain to avoid errors, and safety concerns. This went along with their belief of "Right First Time"
Co-workers turned into friends quickly some of the best people I have ever met.
Hardest part of the job? I enjoyed my job and I found nothing hard, and if I did come across something that was a bit difficult I considered it a challenge and a learning opportunity.
The most enjoyable part: The ability to learn something new every day as the Change Control coordinator; my job was to oversee all changes made at the site. This allowed for me to learn a new aspect of the daily operations in each department; also it gave me the opportunity to work with new people on a daily basis. It was a rewarding position. – less