Pros: Thursday Cooking for lunch
Cons: No over time, besides the normal breaks if you are not working you can't relax have to look busy
A typical day at work consist of safety meetings and productivity of work. Learned about alignments, oil changing, lubing and overall teamwork. Supervision was ok, a few changes in the two years i've been with this company and the supervisors seem to get worse and worse with the raise approving and just overall giving bad vibes to a lot of workers. The people i have worked with are extremely nice, willing to teach and to answer any questions that are asked, then there was some who really did not care if you got what you needed or not as if it was not there responsibility to teach you. The hardest part of the job was and still is being let free. I was and still is do a lot of the lube jobs and really not trusted to do other pump pulling jobs based on the time and experience which is a little frustrating. The most enjoyable parts are when we don't have much on schedule and its relaxed and not so much of the "we need this done right now" type of day.