Was a rough job, but changes have been made to help.
In 2016 when I started it was hard. There was no ventilation once so ever, building would hold heat at night, and couldn't open the doors because of food, it was miserable. Management sucked. In 2017 it was under completely new management and a new supervisor was added. A second shift was added so people weren't working constant 10 and 12. Then in 2018 - more...
no actual lunch, just 15 min breaks ever 2 hours