Employees are assigned to designated 'zones' with up to 12 employees in each.
Most lines are run with 1-2 people, meaning you work alone and are responsible for your own area.
It is a very hot work environment and important to stay hydrated! Little to no fans/ventilation.
Don't think that conflicts and or line issues are handled as well as they should be by management. They don't often come to employees, who know the line and best way to run it, for tips or info on how things are running/ how it could be improved.
HR is very small and avoids employees as much as possible. Everything is communicated electronically now, through tv's and email...if you get emails.
On the plus side, there are employee appreciation activities and meals periodically.
Temps are not treated great, and contracts are literally dangled on string for well over the time they should be before being hired on full time with benefits.
Health and safety co-ordinator is horrendous! Does not care about the people at all and is rarely available to find if you need to discuss or follow up on anything.
Pay is competitive and what keeps most of us there.