You have to be there early enough to get your own business done and get to your work station before the bell rings for the shift to start. You learn to work fast and hard. The management wasn't perfect, but they were fair. As an employee you need to understand how they are trying to help you and work with them, and they will work with you. The people are good to work with, everyone is trying to succeed. The hardest part of the job is when multiple areas require immediate attention from supervisors and production slows temporarily. The job was satisfying and enjoyable knowing that you were working hard. Other than that it was just hard work plain and simple.
access to wide variety of vending foods, fair pay, and great benefits
hard work, hot environment, miscommunication