Very productive and busy.
Hoya is a place where work is done and you learn alot about how the glasses were made. The management isn't the best, but that's also due to people leaving and the supervisor was fairly new. Everybody in Hoya is diverse. (though I feel as though spanish was a plus for the supervisor and he liked them a little more.) The hardest part about the job was - more ... that you are yelled at for machines breaking down on their own. You have a set quota, but 75% of the times they were not your fault. - less