My typical day started with a safety huddle with my crew, reviewing safety policies and giving them the days goals. along with position assignments.
I learned a lot, progressing from entry--level finishing technician, through inkjet operator, to poly wrapper operator.
Management support was excellent. I could always depend on my leaders and managers for assistance when necessary.
The job was very team-oriented and co-workers supported one another well.
The hardest part of the job (especially for new-hires and temps) was the 12 hour shifts. I had no problem in this area myself.
The best part of the job was the compressed work week, giving three or four days off a week, along with plenty of available overtime.
Good pay and benefits.
Sometimes the mandatory overtime could get overwhelming.