Once you punch in, you look at your shift's schedule.
Some days you get a well spread out day with a nice break for lunch, and others you get pounded with flights. Management don't care whether or not you've just finished 3 consecutive flights, they'll add another flight into your schedule if they deem that you "have enough" time to do it. At times a supervisor may pick you up after you finish a flight and take you straight to another one, no matter the weather.
Vehicles are a coin toss whether they work well or at all. You're lucky to even find some when it gets busy, and if not, you wait outside for the transporter to take you to your gate.
Coworkers are nice, fun to talk to. A lot of them are willing to work hard, whereas some tend to leave the heavy lifting to the new workers and minimum work.
"Picking" your schedule isn't what it sounds like. They give you a list of generated schedules, many of which have drastically different start times that seems inconvenient for most people. Although trading shifts could help if you're stuck with a inconvenient schedule due to low seniority
Hardest part of the job is watching supervisors sit in their vehicles while they watch you, and then rush you to avoid delays.
Fun coworkers, possibility of hilarious drama