Pros: the people i work with, the area of the state i work in, the town i live in, the conditions i work in, the cosy of living is lower here.
Cons: a few of the people who are in a supervisory, the union for keeping all the dead weight around, the company for not having enough parts available to do our jobs.
Get your assignment for the day, Get your tooling together and paperwork... pull your parts.. Start/finish your job, if not finished give a complete turnover to your lead with appropriate paper work... If you finish with time remaining I go and help my co-worker so they can finish up.
I enjoy working with my fellow employees.. Some I have become very – more... close to..
The hardest part of my job is when I get an assignment I haven't done in a yr or more, its like learning the job all over again.
I've learned to work well with others, you work as a team not an individual...
Management, you may not like but you have to learn to work with them to get the job done. – less