Not worth the hard labor, be very careful!!!
The entire production team is most Hispanics who don’t speak English, but the issue is how they get treated, and how new employees who don’t speak Spanish what so ever just end up lost and quitting the first day. The environment is cold and wet, but on top of that your not really making a lot, nor a little, but definitely not a enough for the hard labor. The time you get out is a mystery. Some weeks you work 13 hours while others 12. At first it seems good, but most of the time you are just sitting doing nothing in the cold because the machines frequently break down. The machines are very old so sometimes you can be looking at a 2:00pm but the. A machine goes down and it takes them two hours to fix, and the. You end up staying till 6:00pm. I’ve seen so many new employees leave because of that, and because they have no clue what’s going on. Don’t get fooled with the reviews saying this job is amazing and easy, and that the team cares about you. That’s because those who write those reviews either work in the offices, as Qa. The production team has so many workers who have restrictions working 13 hour shifts most of the time. If you are willing to work in a cold wet environment then this job is for you also, I’ve seen so many people leave to other jobs that pay less.