Possibly the worst job I've had since I began working 34 years ago.
Pros: weekly paycheck ...but not always the same amount.
Cons: low pay, long hours, costly health care, low employee morale.
I am a military vet and have worked for some large and small companies (such as General Electric etc.) in my life. A layoff, due to the bad economy, required me to take a job at Lincoln to keep the lights on. They run this assembly line add every 3-4 months due to the high attrition rate. You'll start as a temp for what can be up to 4-6 months even though they say 3 months. IF you are deemed worth of hire,which I was, you can be assigned to assembly lines making the hourly equivalent of $14/hr or others that make a little better money. It's piece work so they tell you you can make as much as you want but in reality the jobs are priced so low anymore that you'll kill yourself trying to make decent money. Schedules are made weekly and 12 rotating shifts are not uncommon. All your medical for the year comes out of your bonus..something they don't highly advertise and they have lousy insurance compared to many other places I have worked. I now work for a company that views employees as assets not slaves.