Small Company with very small Staff, Friendly and Close Co-workers (on my shift).
A typical day at the job would start with a coffee. I would Hit the floor catching up on where the last team of 5 left off in orders. Print off order labels and set up for your night/day. I learned how a lot about running a HMI interface, also operate Slitter machine. I was responsible for a lot of QA making sure the Rolls of Plastic had no defects. - more... Management was good and communicated with production team well. As far as Co-workers it was a very small team but all worked together well, reliable and determined. Hardest part of the job was the hours. I would work 2 weeks days and 2 weeks nights ... - less