A typical day at work involves testing new batches of paint and making sure they are within the designated specification range. It can get busy and hectic so time management is important.
As a temporary worker, being hired on is not guaranteed. However, management has a tendency of implying that you will get hired. It does not matter how well you do the job, how few mistakes you make, and how well you work with the coworkers. They prefer a culture where temps come in for 6 months, leave and new temps come in. It is cheaper for them and that is all they care about.
The worst part is that management never communicates what is happening. If you want updates you need to ask management and will likely have to wait a few weeks before hearing back.
Co-workers are great, Very friendly and more than willing to help.