they dont give out a schedule, when you work 10 hours they only allow three breaks.
work is on a tack timer. except custom which i worked, and usually they set a date when the unit/chasis is shipped. fans are displayed around warehouse and clocks are displayed around the warehouse, and information about the warehouse is posted on a bulletin near the cafeteria. work on weekends were slow. I learned how to place orders for metal, how to assemble refrigeration, and how to wire and weld the chasis/ unit as well. teaching teaching in hussman has been passed down from generation to generation, so teaching in Hussmann is no problem. the hardest part of Hussmann is the hours sometimes you will feel like you haven't slept in weeks. and the people of Hussmann are very kind people, and are reasonable and well develop in their specialization of units
overtime is a must, teaching is great, they have a food cart
short breaks, understaffed