Working 4 10s in a clean control room is easy but yet hard work. On a daily basis, I am on my feet all day or most of the time, as a floater and CSP/CSP inspector. When your a floater, you would help with the work flow on the line and making sure that the line is moving smoothly with good product parts. Helping other assemblers with making more bonded parts to put on the flow line. Assisting with CSP/CSP inspections; making sure that the products have great quantity and quality to them. Our management team is great with communicating to the individual lines and within they're own line. The level of structure they put into leadership is outstanding when it comes to delegating projects or communication or meetings. Floaters and leadership works closely with each other as they rely on floaters to cover a specific assembler's spot for training, meeting with supervisor, bathroom, or pushing the line for a better run rate. In all, because of the work we do and the amount of workers in a clean control room. We are bound to have our good days and bad days, most of the time because I'm floating or CSP inspecting. I rarely get to socialize but when I get to just work on the line. Talking to your co-workers is a plus, exchanges ideas about how to better ourselves on the line such as our pace, to family events. The one part that would be the hardest for me, is that I tend to let my co-workers take advantage of me. Most of the time, I'm either covering they're spot while they use the rest room constantly or making parts for them as they are behind because of talking matters or not in the mood to work. But what makes my day enjoyable is, when I get to just work on the line as a assembler. I get to work and just enjoy talking to my co-workers, while working hard at the same time. I get to work on my pace and how fast I can get parts built correctly and onto the flow line. This is the part I enjoy the most.