Typically it was a very fast paced environment with a lot of demand on the crew leaders and operators to preform. I learned a lot about how to properly run very large machinery, and how to multi task efficiently.
Management wasn't an issue to the workers so much. You see, Energizer hires all their staff through a Temporary Agency so, you never really have much to do with them.
For the most part my co-workers were great. We all pulled in the same direction when it came to getting a job done.
The hardest part of the job was learning to multi task.
The best part of the job was being a part of a team that was really on the ball and getting the orders out. When everyone puts the initial effort in to get on the same page, you tend to start having fun.
lots to learn, fast pace, very clean
poor wage, your never really an energizer employee, no benefits, no union