Fun and learning place to work
Wrap techician (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – January 6, 2016
Typical day at Bimbo Bakery would be ... make sure you're in the building in time to get your uniform, which was the white bakery outfit, hair net.... and beard net if a male. so you change your clothes in locker room, put hair net on. go out to break room ,, wait till it was time to punch in, which NOONE, was allowed to punch in till 5:40pm, at that time you would go into the meeting room where the RL(resource leader)from the shift before us and our RL and us woud talk about the day and what all needs done , at 5 till 6, we would head on out to our line. i worked in wrap and i would either go to conveyer belt on where the muffins were coming down to be inspected,, or in back, where all the machines. bagger. splitter, medal dectector, boxer, weights measurements and shippers packers, would be there. at break you would switch front to back or vice versa. if i was training i would have a training packet/folder that i would go over and give them a tour from front to back.
I learned alot from this job. we was always taking classes. and one class i did take was personalities that work together. Very educational. Management was helpful. they would join us in the meetings, give us ideas on how to make our jobs easier.
Hardest part of the job, to me, was learning all the machines, how they worked, how to fix them...
The most enjoyable part of that job was learning the new lines, bread. and starbucks. and the other employees. Ive never worked with so many employees who all would work together.
Free Muffins or bread, benefits, classes to learn more about your job
short breaks, 12 hour shifts, not having family time.