Oh boy, what is there to say.
Well first off all of the sawmill workers are generally great people, most just trying to get through a day but willing to lend a hand if you're new and need help. Your first level supervisors are also responsive, and good people.
However, the mill is old and on its last legs. The mill's upper management is one of the most toxic group of "professionals" I have ever experienced, and the culture they create is one that demeans workers and nurtures a sexist environment.
Management's primary focus is on uptime production, and because of this they blindly follow policies that push operation to its limits, and then they wonder why their production stalls out and requires mechanical downtime. Of course this is blamed on the workers, not management for their lack of forethought or planning, for the long-term operation of this mill.
If you like to be micromanaged, treated like a literal dog by someone with no appreciation for your education or skills, harassed, further demeaned (especially if you're female), and generally made to feel like management is looking for an excuse to let you go, then this place is probably everything you want.
Most people that accept jobs here are just counting the days till they can jump on the next opportunity they get, however if you list them on your resume you're almost guaranteed to never get a call-back so its up to you if you want to invest time in something with little chance for outside advancement.
There's a reason that they're always hiring, and it doesn't bode well for new employees.