Focused and hard working environment.
Pros: Expanded my knowledge of several business principals.
Cons: Short breaks.
A typical day at work first includes making sure that your work area is clean and well organized. To begin each shift, we had start up meetings to address any product issues and to discuss daily/weekly objectives. During the shift, I had to focus on the task at hand to ensure that each product was efficiently and effectively assessed. Mainly, I learned the value of hard work. Over three summer breaks in college, I held three different job titles. Truck loader, assembly line worker, and warehouse assistant. During my first job as a truck loader, I learned quite a bit about logistics. This experience was easily the most labor intensive because the truck's trailers reached temperatures of up to 110 degrees in the summer months. As an assembly line worker, I gained knowledge of understanding exactly how a product is ordered, created, and packaged. My most previous job as a warehouse assistant gave me a great understanding of how to process inventory. Throughout three summers, I worked with many different people. Most co-workers were eager to help me first understand my job responsibilities, and assist me whenever possible. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with co-workers. Each summer, I made great relationships with the people I worked with every day. The relationships I've built over the past summers will not soon be forgotten. I still consider many of my co-workers to be my friends.