It's a job. The pay is not very good for the many thousands of parts they want you to run. You are banned from editing programs & unless you are a member of the chosen few, you will never find out how the machine & it's programs, actually make the part you are tasked with producing. They use a temp agency as their HR department...talk about cheap! As one of the other reviewers has related, they train you from a couple of hours, to up to maybe 4 days & then turn you loose. Then they wonder why production numbers aren't being made....nobody knows what the heck they are doing. Many get frustrated & quit within the 1st 2 weeks to a month. Pay is easily $4-$5 below what other businesses in the area pay. It does have a few good people who hold the others together at whatever the cost to try & keep the jobs running!