Some of the people are great people, some of them are great workers, and others are neither but rarely are both. Overall, I made quite a few friends there but with high turnover (between poor attendance, leaving, and management issues) there are new people all the time. Lots of temps which sometimes leads to permanent work.
Upper management is very disconnected. They are only concerned with production and rather than find root causes to issues, they hand down commands to do better with limited support. This is especially true for those issues on night shift, which upper management will never attend to. Unfortunately, this means you'll need tough skin, especially in shift meetings.
The benefits were good and the PTO is mediocre but better than nothing. Shifts were 12 hours but you work 3 days one week, 4 the next so it's not bad. New people will likely end up on the backshift with no pay differential. You get free coffees from the ones made to take home per month.
It is male dominated in manufacturing and unfortunately, that shows through. Overall, seems like very limited opportunity for growth for everyone across the board.