Not a bad place to work when you're fresh out of high school.. But it was more or so just a job to get a little bit of money in at the time
Operations (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – August 15, 2015
A typical day there would start off as coming in at 8am clocking in and waiting for everyone else to get in (everyone else was usually late) after that we would seek out the current manager for instructions, since there was no actual daily schedule for the most part. After that we would normally wash and clean all he class, clean and set up for events in the main hall, clean bathrooms and clean downstairs in the VIP section. I've learned quite a bit there though like how to weed wack, how to use a buffer for waxed floors and how to strip them, how to stay safe while in a forklift and other machines that lift you up high, along with so much more that goes from something as simple as painting to moving huge industrial pillars as a team. I overall learned a lot there but the work was not worth the current pay of 7.25 an hour. The management was also a bit screwed up, while working I had at least 4 different managers; Since they would either get fired or leave. The Co-workers had to be the best part of it. I made quite a few friends and learned stuff from them and vis-versa. I might have not have been there for as long as I would have without them. The hardest part of the job would have to be keeping up my regular pace of work when others wanted to slow down. My efforts were actually noticed by the current manager and I was offered a "Promotion" however it just added work and no additional pay so i turned it down. The most enjoyable part of the job had to be the new experiences honestly!
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Short breaks, dismal pay, and just a lack of structure sometimes.