I worked here a short time. I worked in two different departments during my time. one being an automated assembly line that would feed units to a group of workers called a cell. The cell would take these units would then be assemble into the final stages and shipped. The second department I worked in did the same type of work except instead of an automated assembly line the parts would be manually built and sent to be finally assembled.
I learned to work within an assembly group, and how static electricity can affect small electronic board.
Management seemed, to me at least, more so like micromanagement. Bathroom breaks were monitored and employees were monitored nearly constantly to remain on task.
Work place culture was decent. Most of the employees I was in contact with were, as I was, temporary employees needed to complete big orders before being let go as needed.
The hardest part of the job was being a temporary employee and not knowing whether or not a job was going to be available the next day.
The most enjoyable part was learning about the technology that was used to create their product and having to work closely to engineers.
Fairly Easy Air Conditioned Work
Very Controlling Environement