Pros: they people and learning experience
Cons: the management not knowing what they wanted
I worked at this company twice, both temp positions.
I loved the data entry position, I walked about 4-5 miles a day collecting data off the floor and I would return to my computer once an hour to enter the data. Then my position switched to less walking and more pushing of a broom. That position wasn't too bad either and I still entered data just not as much.
I learned data entry skills, I learned a lot about how an aluminum car part factory is ran and I also learned about all different car parts for different makes and models.
The management was confusing, things were always changing from day to day on how they wanted our data to be entered.
My co-workers were great, mostly men and they worked many hours but they were all very nice and they enjoyed seeing the data entry people everyday. They had a genuine care for us and enjoyed our company even if it was only for a couple minutes every hour.
The hardest part of my job would've been the walking amount after I got pregnant. It was so much walking I ended up becoming dehydrated and had to be put in the hospital for a few hours.
The most enjoyable part of my job was working with such great people. I really enjoyed learning as much as I did about the car parts and all the different companies they made parts for.