Cons: machines didn't have the adecuate maintnance
Every morning that the operator gets to the machine sometimes the operator has to finish the job that the previous shift didn't or couldn't finish. Sometimes operators don't like to work on hard jobs, and the easy way for them to continue working so they can do the quantity required they just leave it for the next shift, without their leads concern, the when the supervisor gets to walk around and check that every lot numbers was running on time, and whenever she saw a lot number that was behind she would get mad at my shift, and even if we told her that the grave yard was the one that left it she would still scream and pressure us, and she never asked or try to figure out what was the problem. She just wanted that job out of the department. So I leaned how to finish my job no matter how hard or easy it was, so that way no one would had to have hard times, and also the time I waste on finishing that job, some one else could do more jobs. And at the end of the day everything is running on time and the other shift won't have to be stuck with that job. And the hardest part of finishing the hard job, is trying to figure out the problem, then solving it, as well as finishing it on time. The most enjoyable part is that almost any one that I asked for help was willing to help, and we al stick together until that specific job was dome.