Pros: taste, texture, and bake up of the cookies or sampling cookies
Cons: short 30 minute lunch break for a possible 10 hour shift, poor management, supervisor communication
A typical day at work could be even paced, clean, and productive. I learned to palletize, use a box assembler machine. Management and supervisors don't communicate well. Majority of the co-workers are friendly and willing to assist. The hardest part of the job is not knowing a weeks schedule ahead of time. Instead you have to check the work schedule each day either by phone if you're off or by seeing the post if you're there. The hardest part is also being off work for possibly weeks if a machine breaks down. The enjoyable part of the job was to see how cookies are made and packaged.