Pros: getting off for 2 weeks a year in aug.
Cons: sometimes upper management doesn't understand you as a person, only what you could do
I Learned to work on production floor and then in the office, so I knew what they were going through.
The hardest part of the job was that I would have to work from home, making sure the parts got to production floor in time for build . If parts were flying next day or same day air...you would have to track it all night.
I enjoyed talking to people – more... from all over the world, because the parts I'd order came from all over, sometimes with the time being deffrent you'd wake up people. – less