Pros: free dinners for meeting our goals as a team, free product twice a year, safety games monthly to always have a safe enviroment win product bags
Cons: rotating shifts
A typical day at work at Kimberly Clark we had morning meeting at the Machine while we worked. Line lead would give us a run down of how the machine ran on the previous shift and what our assignments and goals were for the day. I learned to be a back up line lead ,a trainer for the machine,how to clean and change out parts on machine , and how to be part of a great Team. Management was in contact with machine operators on a daily basis so we could problem solve or make adjustments We worked as a team and I enjoyed the open door policy with management. Coworkers were always working as a team our moto was your only as good as your weakest link. so therefor everyone was brought up to speed on learning the machine and training classes were always offered. The hardest part of the job would be the rotating shifts from days to graves every other tour. The most enjoyable part of the job was working hard and feeling you accomplished what you set as a daily goal. also working side by side with some kind people that were always willing to help each other out so we could get the machine running safely to the best of our ability in a timely manner.