As an assembly worker, I was required to meet a quota of parts assembled per day (I don't recall the amount, as I haven't worked there in two years now). The people I worked with were nice to talk to and the work wasn't very stressful. I even got to sit all day, which was a huge upgrade from my previous jobs which required me to stand for a full shift! Would I have been hired full-time off of temporary service, I would have gotten a number of wonderful benefits (such as a stellar healthcare plan and profit sharing) that really made it worth the effort for the long commute I had.
Not to mention I've never had a workplace since that offered THREE breaks! Having a 30 minute lunch was spectacular! The only thing I didn't like was having mandatory overtime ALL the time. I never ended up having a free Saturday morning!
I was let go due to a miscommunication with my Temporary agency over some time off. It was really sad, but it was my own fault for not making sure things were crystal clear between both parties.
Profit Sharing, Seated Work, Friendly Coworkers, 3 breaks, No Uniform, No Loud Machinery
Hourly Quota, No Music, Mandatory Overtime