This is the first real job I've had outside of temp labor and I can honestly say I'm grateful that I was able to be hired full-time. I started off working here as a temp and eventually put in enough hours (and then some) to be hired as a full-time member of the company. Work around here is plentiful and doesn't look like it will be slowing down any time soon, so as far as time goes, it's likely that you will work a long shift, which depending on who you are may or may not be so great. There are plenty of jobs, functions, and pieces of equipment to learn, and one of the cool things is that you can be trained just about everywhere which is highly encouraged, the more you know how to do, the more useful you are in many other situations. You can get benefits after your first 90 days and you get bonuses every quarter. Bottom line, Good people, good money, and almost never ending work.
Friendly people, long hours, free lunch once a week, Temp-to-Perm
Long hours, drive distance