Pros: good pay, solid environment, friendly environment
Cons: needed more hours
My time in Industrial Controls was an intriguing experience. I use such a synonym because it was a brand new field of work that I had no prior experience in. I was very happy at the fact that my Co-op teacher helped me land the job. Not only was the pay good, but the work was generally easy once the hang of it was received. I received the proper training that I needed and there was always my supervisor there to aid me if I needed help.
My only issue was that I had a fear of asking questions. I don't have that problem anymore because I forced myself to grow out of it. The thought of working in an establishment such as this one intimidated me so I kept to myself with the exception of a few of the other office employees and some employees in the warehouse.
I had a great relationship with the guys in the warehouse. They taught me things that were out of my job jurisdiction. So I am beyond grateful to have learned more than what was assigned to me.
The reason I left this establishment was due to that when I received it, the job was seasonal. I fortunately stayed around from the fall season through the winter season. So once February came, I was let go by my manager.