Competitive pay, always know your schedule
Machine Operator/Labourer (Former Employee) – Bridgewater, NS – 7 July 2017
You would be reaponsible for running your post the entire 12 hour shift, making sure everything ran smoothly and also fixing any errors or malfunctions. There were days where everything would run great and you'd have spare time to help others or clean up around your area, and other days where you were fixing your machines for a majority of the shift, just trying to keep them running.
Management was good as far as I witnessed, they seemed to care and wanted to help you as much as they could by giving advice or training to help your productivity.
Hardest part of the job was working in the middle of summer around huge machines every day, very hot and humid, physically demanding to say the least.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with, they were all great people who liked to work and have fun at the same time.
Free lunch sometimes, great people to work with
Long hours, I was contracted making less than everyone else for the same work