Pros: plenty of work, decent pay and hours.
Cons: client supervisors never tell you good job, but quick to end your assignment for no reason, supervisors talk down to employees and show no respect.
a typical day at work: consists of repetitious hand and body movements.
what you learned: gained experience with robot welders.
management: client supervisors slow to tell you are doing a good job but quick to end your assignment for no reason. Supervisors talk down to employees and show no respect.
your co-workers: were generally friendly and helpful.
the hardest part of the job: dealing with client supervisors.
the most enjoyable part of the job: learning new skills and the steady pay.