The conditions there were less than admirable, I loved working with my coworkers, and I loved the money; but 5AM-5PM 6 days a week in 100 degree weather the whole time started to get to me. They took away some of our vacation time, and then tried to make up for it with a 2% raise. I just really started to get frustrated there.
It was very hot inside at all times, and at times it got very difficult to breathe. In all honesty, the job was fine it just started to take a toll on me. That was the hardest part of the job, waking up at 5AM for another 12 hour day.
I really loved all of the people I encountered on my time there, and I was good at my job. I made many friends there and still are in constant contact with a lot of them, I just feel that I didn't really enjoy the grueling days, I was sick all of the time, and had trouble having a life outside of SBD because I'd have to be in bed for 8:30PM to be back for 5AM.
Cafeteria, Good money, Great coworkers
Management, Hazardous conditions