You never know when you're going home from day to day. Some days are 12 hours, some are 5. Many weeks, paychecks won't last until the next. There is no morale, and rewards promised to those with seniority are often given to newer hires. Management is often cynical and arrogant, though some are attentive. It could be that the communication between upper management is lacking severely. The job varies in difficulty from one department to the next, however the majority of new hires start in Encased Coil, which is a sorely managed and poorly treated department with the highest turnover rate (and with good reason.) There are decent insurance benefits, and the facility is unionized. The break room is kept clean and there are vending machines and a visit from a local food truck twice daily.
clean facility, decent maintenance crew, good peer bonding
short breaks, poor management, low morale, confusing schedules, limited personal time