Productive and work invironment is very good
Knitter/machine operator (knitting machines) (Former Employee) – 725 Montee de Liesse, Ville St. Laurent – 16 May 2013
A typical day at work starts off with me checking the papers (job order) in the machine and the yarn if it's in good condition. Then the fabric inside the machine if there are defects like holes and line defects caused by broken needles, double yarn, oil spots on the fabric, check the lock of the fabric inside the machine and the door lock. I learn how to tie the yarn, changing needles when it makes defects like holes and lines.cleaning the back of the machine the fans, the yarns the top of the machines and the inside. about my co worker we work as a team before my shift is finished I will clean the machine and put the yarn for the next shift. The hardest part of the job is by replacing the yarn especially when its heavy. The most enjoyable part, when the machine is running good no defects, no full down cause by broken yarn it's relaxing.
The company gives bonuses and benefits
Hot condition during summer time.