A typical day is basically knowing if you were working upstairs or down stairs. Normally I worked down stairs so didn't have to worry about using the galoshes to put over my sneakers or boots to work upstairs.The job is pretty easy to do, just high volume most of the time and you are constantly on your feet. Lunch time is the only time you can really sit down and that's outside rain or shine. Down stairs was hot, and making the molds burned so in the summer time you'd loose a couple of pounds just standing in one area for a long period of time. The issues I had were the needing to run up and down concrete steps through out the day to get food supplies from the upstairs freezers when we ran out. I created a short list which my manager copied and started using, to help create packing easier of what was needed for each shipment, so this way we could get the supplies quickly instead of running all over the place throughout the day hunting for items. Only reason I left was the pay wouldn't increase and the job was only seasonal, so I found a better job offer and gave them my 2 week notice. If it wasn't temporary/seasonal and they had offered more money and benefits I would've stayed. The people were great to work with and my manager was as well. No comment on the Supervisor though.
Temporary position, no advancements, no benefits.