Basically you unload trucks. Unfortunately they made a simple concept extremely difficult because it is production based pay. In theory you are paid based on how much work you do. Sounds good, however it doesn't work out this way. There is rampant favoritism, friends of the lazy supervisors get the easiest "no touch" trucks. Meaning you don't need to get off your forklift the entire load. They make about 10 dollars to unload one of these, but it only takes them 10 minutes, so they are making 40-60 dollars an hour. On the flipside if you are not favored or are new, they give you extremely disorganized backbreaking, headache inducing trucks. They might pay 60 dollars and take 4 hours to finish. So yeah, they paid more for them but the hourly was only 15 dollars... except don't let this example fool you, it was typically more like 43.72 for the truck and someone who helps you for 30 minutes wants 15 dollars of it and thus you're left with 28.72 and divided by the 4 hours you reach minimum wage... again if you are lucky. More often than not you make less than minimum and they are only required to raise it to federal wage.
the facility was nice
bad management, favoritism, 12 hour shifts