Things that were said in interview, such as climate controlled, were lies. Temps inside are usually around 90 degrees with spikes up to 120 on hot, humid days. The lies don't stop, ever. Never assume that what they tell you is true. Free lunches are a plus, if you like veggie burgers. Otherwise the cafeteria is pricey. Component shortage is a constant problem, making lines shut down during the week, in turn making Sunday work inevitable. The only shift that has weekends off is A shift (days), which consists of the people who have the most seniority. But that isn't always the case. The company can put new people on day shift and say its temporary to get around the union rules. I have seen a new hire work on day shift for several months because it was "temporary". The contract between the company and the union is almost complete garbage. There are so many clauses to protect the company and to let the company conduct business as they see fit. Basically every union rule has a clause that the company can use to override the contract. And even if they blatantly disregard the contract, there is nothing that the employees can do about it because of the "No Strike Agreement". I am personally still employed there because the higher pay makes you feel trapped, but I am very actively looking for something else. As are a lot of others.