It was a very productive company.
Pros: as much overtime as you wanted, coworkers were great, always busy never bored
Cons: feet hurt sometimes, fingers would hurt sometimes if you grabbed the plastic to soon after it came out of the machine
In a typical day at Mitchell Plastics I would either work on a plastic injection mold machine, cutting and collecting parts, assemble air conditon ducts, or do quality control on airducts and ship finished products to Honda. I learned you have to be patient and pay very close attention to detail when working in the automobile manufacturing industry. My coworkers were very nice, there was mostly women that worked there and sometime we would all bring food and eat luch together, and on Halloween we would dress up. The hardest thing about the job was dealing with the always increasing demand for finished product, the quota would always go up every week no matter what. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was always busy and there was always something to do. I never got bored.