A typical day at work was normally fast paced, and had to be accurate. Like any job things could go wrong, or staffing could end up being short. In these cases it was important to pick up the slack, keep calm, and get the job done without causing tempers to rise. It was also very important to listen to instructions, to make sure others understood your instructions, and to be patient. A good attitude, good communication skills, and respect for all workers was very important. The best part of the job was on the busy days when the day would fly by and you felt like you had contributed to the companies success. The hardest part was the constant layoffs.
Free lunches, good shift times, the staff.