Busy and always focusing on the job.
Pros: free lunches, getting off earlier.
Cons: short breaks and lunches.
Typical day we would be there approximently 10 minutes early, Once it was time to start work, we would all meet in the lunch room and do our daily streches and go over what tasks we have to do for the day, then we all would head to our stations and get to work.
Depends on the day on what we learned, i always learned multiple things a day, and everybody was so helpful if i had questions or didn't know what to do, and would always show me the best and easiest ways to do what i needed to do or get done.
The managment you really rarley saw, but the one and only time i saw or had a meeting with them, they were great and always had the best options or suggestions to fix the problems we did have.
My co-workers were very respectful, and were always there when help was needed and were very friendly.
The hardest part of the job was probably the swing shift hours, cause it was really hard on my body until i got use to it.
The most enjoyable part, I would have to say was conversating with all the co-workers and friends.