The work is hard but honest. They aren't too forgiving about being sick though and I had caught the flu and I literally could only stand to be there half the time. My illness (which I had caught from a co-worker who happened to be a nice person) had also triggered nosebleeds bad enough to have me need to go to the hospital twice, the first bout of which forced me to have to go home early again. Also, they kept telling me I wasn't versatile enough, but never instructed me as to when exactly I was supposed to rotate jobs. There was no regular rotation and every time I found a bit of free time on my hands and went looking to help the other workers, I could easily see they didn't really need my help. So they kept blaming me when all it was is I literally couldn't find anything else to do other than sweeping floors and taking out trash when things were slow in the area where they cleaned molds.
Honestly, I will admit to having a rough time adjusting to working there, but I was just getting the hang of it when they let me go. I also think they could have improved their work environment a little if everybody took turns in a regular rotation every two hours at least when it came to the trained on the job labor. That way there would have been no confusion and I could have been seen as being more versatile instead of just cleaning the airplane parts molds.
The pay was good, I will say that much. It was the only reason I kept coming back in spite of how miserable I was there.
breaks, paycheck, location
hours too long, I hated the shoes