A typical work day depends on your shift. At Freed's Bakery, I was part of the second shift that went from 4pm to midnight. We arrive about 15 to 30 minutes before start time, place lunch bags in fridges, chi chat with colleagues, relax and dress up appropriately some 5 minutes before start time, punch in and move into the production hall.
At Freed's bakery, I learned everything involved in the process of cupcake production.
The management did a good job meeting with workers and discussing innovations and proposing solution to problems.
The work team was a melting pot of people from all areas. This created small sub groups during lunch and dinner but this in no way affected work or production.
The hardest part of this job was that It was hard to have a social life since we of the second shift sleep during the day and work at night and the most enjoyable part was the recognition given for hard work and meritorious services.
Learning through the various stages involved in cupcake production.