A good place to work, but no room for advancement.
Pros: if work is completed in good time, then breaks are longer.
Cons: depending on the volume of workload, breaks are less available.
Matheson is a good place to work. Once clocked in employees offload trucks containing mail and packages. Once postage is off the trucks, it is manually loaded into containers that are later inspected and prepared for air transport. After the containers pass inspection, they are driven and loaded into the aircraft. This process is repeated until all postage is fully loaded on the aircraft/s. I learned quite a bit of FAA regulations and involvement of the FAA during charter flights containing certain materials other than postage. The Management is great and easy going. However, there is not much to manage during average days, but micromanagement takes affect during the charter flights, due to safety and handling of special cargo. The workers at Matheson are hard working and friendly. The work load can be rather exhausting, but the workers have good personalities that make it entertaining. The hardest part of the job is to strategically load the individual packages into the containers (it takes practice to develop a rhythm for loading different containers). The most enjoyable part of the job is the personality that employees bring to the work place (including management).