A typical day of work for me would start about 6:30 am with a safety meeting in which we would discuss safety issues. Most morning we would have to all go out to our designated areas where our vehicles would be staged to bring vehicles in the shop that needed installs. Once the shop is filled I would be the one to verify what the vehicles need and I would place the parts needed to be installed in its prospective places. After I verify and place all the parts on the vehicles, I would grab my tools and begin working like the rest of my co-workers. I installed the cargo nets, mud guards, home link mirrors, wheel locks, and bumper protectors on the Hyundai Elantra and Sonata. We would take a break about 8:00 am and lunch at 11:45 am.
During my time working at GAPS, I have learned how to use a scanner(which you scan the barcode or the vehicles or parts and it give you information), power drill, and team work to get the job done.
My Supervisor was the best supervisor I could have ever ask for but some things that went on in the department he let went to far without trying to correct it because he was buddies with certain individuals. My co-workers was ok, for the most part we all got along. The hardest part of my job was having to clock in every morning knowing I would have to deal with this one particular team leader and her attitude, who should not have the position anyway. My most enjoyable part of my job that I miss to this day is interacting with my co-worker while performing my required tasks.