Good work environment.
Pros: 15 minute breaks. thursday pizza days. hard work. the way the hours of the shift were set up.
Cons: sometimes rules were not followed by co-workers, and my lead would even at times encourage me to do the same.
I would work at my station (#1, assembling stators) my entire shift; I was never moved from my station. It was a great place to work, because it allowed one to work quite independently, without feeling like you were being watched. I loved the hard labor; physically it was quite rewarding.
There I learned how to use power tools (I'd never used these – more... before). I also learned how to work on an assembly line. I learned the importance of getting things done on time, while following the rules.
My coworkers were great. They hardly ever complained. I have no complaints there.
The hardest part of the job was trying to follow the rules while getting the job done on time. Sometimes another co-worker would come and try to get me to hurry up, because in his opinion I was not moving fast enough. Some of the rules were hard to follow because they delayed general production of the line.
The most enjoyable part, for me, would be the very job I had. I loved the hard work, and also how I'd become quite dexterious at certain parts of the job that had been quite hard for me at first. – less