Pros: hour every day of breaks, 4 day work week, great benefits, great people, excellent management
Cons: extreme level of detail needed to be able to work, some tasks are monotonous, long shifts
A typical day, I walk in around 7:00, sign in, and proceed to find a work order that I can complete. I take the work order and box (if a box is needed) to my desk and begin to work. After I finish, I simply start the process again. There are 2 15 minute breaks and one lunch break. After working Monday through Thursday, you get Friday off and enjoy a three day weekend. On some days there are hour long meetings in which you discuss various ways that you could improve performance or safety hazards, and you get to work with very skilled and professional people. The hardest part of the job is the extreme detail to which you must pay attention to the boards. Every little thing matters, including the ones you don't think matter. The enjoyable part is that the people are nice, the environment is great, the pay is good, and the jobs change so your not bored at all. A great place to work.