Pros: nice people, good pay, opportunity for advancement, safety oriented
Cons: limited management skills, employees say and do what they want, not promised work tomorrow, dying industry
Not a hard job by any means besides the rotating shift which isn't terrible. It pays better than most of the jobs in the area. The employees tend to do what they want with little to no repercussions. Very limited workload during the summer months. Some positions in management could definitely go with some training or replacement.