Pros: the pay, the hours, and the fun with co-workers.
Cons: change in pay, cut in hours, and change in shift.
A normal day at work would be filled with either plenty of work, or enough of it to keep you busy and focused. About twice a week, we would receive a delivery truck filled with products. It was our job to sort out the products by isle, load them on U-Boats and place them within the section of the store which they belong. The rest of the night would – more... consist of delivering them to the correct isle, breaking off into teams, and shelving, pricing, and stocking each isle. I learned that you need to be physically able to preform at these type of jobs, and that hard work pays off. Management was good, they really showed their appreciation for hard workers. Co-workers were somewhat good, in any work place you can sort the hard workers from the workers who ease by enough to stay on payroll. The hardest part of the job, was picking up slack of those who didn't keep up with the volume of work to be done. The most enjoyable part, would be the fun that can be had when two workers can talk and also produce an outstanding amount of hard work. – less