Pros: if you had an appt. or something came up and you had to leave, you could leave without being pointed.
Cons: no benefits, never know what time your day would end, short (10 min) breaks
A typical day at work was a not knowing until the second that you were leaving, that you were leaving. Management was pretty good and I tried to make things better for the people whos work I checked. I helped them if they had a problem and tried to show better ways to do things. some of my co-workers like to feel like they were your boss but I learned – more... to overlook them and if it became a problem I went and talk to my boss. The hardest part of the job was when I told someone that something wouldn't/would go the lady, who thought she was my boss, would always tell them the differently (98% of the time it would come back from the customer) The most enjoyable part of the day was going in at 6 (didn't have to be there till 7) and talking to the other employee's that were already there. Overall it was a good place to work but never knowing what time you were leaving and not having ANY benefits, well when I got a call with a job offer I had to go. – less