I currently work here. Being an I.P. can be stressful at first but once you get the hang of what you're doing its pretty laid back and easy as long as you don't stress over little things.
The work area can get hot or cold depending on the time of year and where you're at in the building. You will be walking or standing in one spot for a very long time during your shift. You will be getting a 10 Min break after every 2 hours you work, besides your lunch is a 20. On very hot days sometimes management extends each break by 5 mins.
The pay is very decent for the work you're required to do. Majority of the time its just making boxes for 8 hours and the line does the rest of the job.
You get paid Vacation, 3 personal days, and 401k and awesome health benefits!
One draw back on this position is the hours can be long, you may have to work overtime that is mandatory, and the point system in affect is not very disability friendly... so if you have to have doctor appointments I recommend Afternoons/Midnight shift til you have a year in to get FMLA...
Great pay, lots of jobs to move up to, Vacation, 401k, Health Plans
Short Breaks, Hot/Cold Temp, Management...