Pros: great benefits, nice people to work with
Cons: short breaks, points
A typical day would be clock in, visit with manager for a few minutes, fix a cup of tea, then get to work. We had plenty of work to keep us busy, and before you knew it, it was break time. Nice people to visit with on break, TV in break room, 3 microwaves, vending machines, free fountain soda, coffee, tea. After break, back to work until lunch time. We could get up and walk around in between, if needed. Then lunch. Really no where to go around there, so bring your own, or there were a few places that would deliver. After lunch, clock back in and back to it. Varied job responsibilities made for an enjoyable afternoon, and then break time. Back to work, and time to go home!!!!!! The bad thing about the job is all that is left are drivers, ops clerks and transfer station due to downsizing. There are plenty of office jobs in Chicago or Phoenix if willing to relocate.