it was a hard enviroment, not encouraged to enjoy the place or people within
Operator (Former Employee), Glencoe, ON – January 30, 2013
Pros: improvement of people skills
Cons: the best was never good enough, regardless of exceeding required daily quotas, missing breaks to meet deadlines, or other sacrifices it was never enough
A typical day at work was extremely long and hard one person doing a two or three person job. Physically demanding, but the team work is amazing with the right people. Different cultures and ideals meeting in one place to create brake and fuel lines for vehicles. The opportunity to advance or learn a new trade was extremely limited. I found the people the best part of the job, I have friends from there that I will have for life and experiences that have helped mold me into who I am today, appreciating the degree of dedication required to adapt and change to meet goals thats seem impossible.