Average Factory/ Warehouse Job
Finishing Associate (Current Employee) – Sun Prairie, WI – July 8, 2016
On a typical day, I would go to a Stitcher, which is a machine that puts staples in books, or mail, binding them together to be shipped out the the customers. I will either be doing one of two tasks, depending on what type of job is running. If i am running small books or magazines, typically I will put them on pallets, or in boxes depending on the customers specifications. If I am not running books, I am running mail. Mail is put into specific trays, and is sent to the post office. Each tray is going to a different location, so the mail has to be put in the correct trays. The trays come with a number in sequential order, how many pieces of mail it contains, and which designated pallet it is going on. Equally each piece of mail has a tray number, and a pallet number on it to insure that it goes into its correct tray. I have to read the mail and put it into its correct place. Most mail comes at about 150-200 pieces every minute. I like the job because it keeps me focused. I also find it to be the hardest because I work on my line by myself so it can be difficult to keep up.
decent pay, good hours, fun co workers
One 20 minute break, fast paced, no air conditioning