They came to the United States expecting employees to already know how to build trains, really who knows how to. Some of the Swiss would be helpful and take the time to make sure that you understand the job, but others would throw you in and expect you just to know.
Management, particularly the production manager, would have a meeting with the production staff every Friday and tell us how badly we sucked and we need work more and not to scratch the train, as we are trying to assemble it.
In short, they expect absolut perfection and give you no idea how to do it.
Decent benefits, passable pay