Pros: chances to move up
Cons: long hours - 12 hr shifts
I have learned to work with individuals with special needs, due to the hard physical labor, the ADA people in our plant are those with a small bit of mental issues that we have found a place for them to thrive.
Management on the floor level are great, Supervisors are on the floor staying involved with the employees.
The job is physically challenging, however with motivated individuals we can keep up the pace.
I often train other individuals, using positive encouragement to keep them going.
The hardest part of the job is the 12 hour shifts, that last 2 hours is exhausting.