I would come into work and wait for the buzzer to begin my day, I would then work four 2-hour increments with two 10 minute breaks and one 20 minute lunch separating them. We would then leave at the final buzzer. I learned what factory life was like and how to do basic tasks for hours on end. Management was good and helpful for the most part and the co-workers were average people that just needed a job. The hardest part was the really hard work put in for only 12.50 an hour, but it was enjoyable because Vuteq and SRG take really good care of their employees considering we got free lunches provided and we got a call to get hired roughly three days after dropping off a resume.