A typical day - Just like the other posters said - every plant must be like a "mom and pop" shop running half-assed while they try to implement all these fancy corporate ideas while acting like there's no money to spend (for most). It's not hard to see who has the corporate credit card.
Just like the one reviewer said: "If you want a job were you will be watched by managers and team leaders all shift this is the job for you. Dont like you talking. You need to be brain dead. Don't bother putting ideas forward as they wont listen."
This place has a real bad problem with Favoritism, therefore you get inept, unqualified management who are obsessed with micromanaging, along with lopsided enforcement of the rules depending on who they like, yet mortified that you could think the department is less than perfect. You get no chance of advancement, and high turnover rate, all in an environment of corporate toxicity. What you're left with is the typical soul-sucking factory work environment.
Be warned, if you are not 'bosom buddies', you will waste your time.
The health insurance is expensive and it's a hassle to use; set aside plenty of time to appeal their frequent denials of legitimate, routine claims. It's a company-funded health plan, so the state government has no jurisdiction over any grievances.
You get very little vacation until your 15 year anniversary. Just work hard and keep your head down. Good luck!
clocking in, mandatory overtime