I thought it was a great place to work. I really wanted to be taken on as a Keller employee, not a temp worker. That explains some of the answers I gave about wages and vacations, etc. I got everything through the agency, not Keller.
Every Tuesday morning there was a safety meeting. The company provided a breakfast pizza to every department. The safety rules were not just a bunch of words, they practiced everything they preached.
If they wanted you to do something new, they had another employee walk you through it.
At thanksgiving all people working there got a gift certificate for a turkey, whether temp or regular employee, and another certificate at Christmas.