The shifts rotate every 2 weeks, which creates a dysfunction in sleep rhythm, (especially for students who work there). As a part-timer, you await for your assigned work station, then commence the work day and complete the same task for 8 hours. The work takes a toll on your joints and back, but occasionally you wind up with a really good placement. I learned how to adapt quickly to new work and to learn by example and as minimal setbacks as possible. In a work environment that requires you to know your job inside and out, you have to be able to keep up with the pace.
Management was stern but fair, and for the most part, very accommodating within their realm of reason.
Workplace culture was lively and supportive. People are very helpful and encouraging and friendly.
The hardest part of the job was the manual and repetitive labour and rotating hours every two weeks. The work was not always bad, just took a toll after a long period of working there.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the people. The community inside the factory is very welcoming and friendly.
Excellent work community, great wages
Work related injuries