A typical day in general labor involves either boxing or stacking/palletizing General Mills products such as cereal, hamburger helper etc...(light things). The job itself isn't hard, but they only pay minimum wage and for a company like General Mills, that surprised me. The onsite agency you go through for them pays $11/hr for general labor, and $16/hr if you're a forklift driver. If they'd pay around $14/hr for general labor, it would be fair.
Management doesn't bother you if you're doing what you need to do, but it's easy work and chill so they really shouldn't have to. I do feel that they should promote way more diversity because on my first day the girl training me didn't speak English and although we worked together well, hiring 80% of one ethnicity and recruiting people who aren't bilingual to train, can get someone hurt, or fired if they aren't trained properly, plus it can create tension and a sense of entitlement from the majority. Mix it up a little. I didn't find anything personally hard outside of the language barrier, plus they give away free grocery bags of GM products every week or two.
Time Flies, Free Food
Low Pay, Not Enough Diversity