Pros: it's a job
Cons: everything about it once you're there for a short while.
Saw someone post about how they almost seem to enjoy to see you fail, I would have to agree. I am a very hard, reliable, trustworthy worker. I have been told that throughout my 27 years of existence. They trained me for a week straight on pulling stock, I had it down. Of course there would be days where you fall behind, it is a demanding position pulling stock. Instead of trying to be understanding, especially since they JUST fired 2 people, nah let's just demoralize you. They then trained me on the floor and the training was extremely bad. I mean like, wow. Along with working the floor and the other 500 responsibilities they expect of you there are so many side jobs that you barely get any experience doing. I hope you can grow another set of hands. So if you get stuck on something you have no idea how to do because of lack of training, and all your team is busy, good luck keeping this job. When let go the 2nd shift supervisor LIED, saying I had done things that I know for a fact I did not do. Could she prove it? Naw. Could I? Nope. I was just starting to get the entire job down 100% and enjoy it more when I was called in and let go over petty things that literally never happened. I was the 3rd person to be fired from Winpak is less than 2 weeks. So my honest opinion? Blow off this company, and 2nd shift, and how they go about everything. Not to mention how much they take out of your checks. Like for real? Anyways, you can DEFINITELY find a better place to work, that will pay just as much if not better, and not expect you to be an octopus. Welp, thanks for the unemployment Winpak. And thanks for teaching me how some companies just plain suck, but have a wonderful sugar-coating.