Assembler, Plymouth, MN - June 7, 2013
I enjoyed my term of employment at Nonin, The work was not very strenuous and most of the people were very friendly. I learned much about the production of oximeters and even more about the company's concern for global reach. The supervisors were fair and pleasant, and the atmosphere was generally relaxed.The hardest part of the job was the adjustments to different assembly lines to which I was not very familiar. Cross-training was necessary in these cases, but had to be done on a regular basis due to the fact that my appearance on any one of these lines was quite infrequent. The most enjoyable part was just working with my fellow workers, and the friendly atmosphere they developed with me, becoming my friends and helpers in my work as well.