A typical day at work you show up on time get your PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) from the locker. From there you're assigned to a machine for the day or in some departments they switch every 2 hours (after your breaks and lunch) A lot of the work there is done for you by the machines so it's just a matter of getting the part fitting snugly in the machine. It also helps once you understand how the machine works so you don't always have to call set up when the machine is down thus increasing your output.
They will train you on every job they put you on and there is quite a variety and it keeps the job fresh. The management is pretty humane when it comes to summer time heat, they will allow for extra breaks if it gets too hot.
Another nice part of the job is the overtime for which they pay you very fairly. All holidays are a potential opportunity to bring home a weeks pay in a few short days.
The people working there are are great, super easy to get along with.... as long as you're doing decent job and keeping up with the line.
The hardest part of the job would be the repetitiveness of it during that one single day but as I said you get put on different jobs each day some easier some harder when it comes to the weight of parts and ease of use of the machine.
Most enjoyable part is definitely the characters you'll meet, not sure how but almost everyone there has a great sense of humour!
Fair Pay and benefits and great coworkers
The repetitiveness of the job