Overall a decent place to work, though it does take a lot of mental and physical 'getting used to,' and is not for the easily-tired or frustrated. The work is laborious, but the pay is good enough to where you actually can build a savings if you're smart. Overall, it doesn't require much, and doing the job is easier than explaining it.
But, that being said, I'd be dishonest if I didn't include incompetent coworkers, and even less competent supervisors. As I said, it's like a cross between a high school locker room and a plantation, because the word "professionalism" has little to no actual meaning on the work floor, but "nepotism" certainly does. You honestly have to wonder how any of these people not only still have jobs, but if they actually need help getting dressed in the mornings/evenings before they start their shifts. Everyone's constantly talking about everything *except* the job, and you get labelled "anti-social" or whatever if you just show up and actually do what you're paid to do, instead of chatting incessantly about sports and other inappropriate topics, including various forms of harassment. Supervisors and higher-ups don't care; most are actually in on it! Bad attitudes, arrogance, hubris, and childish behavior all around. If you have a short fuse, I would highly suggest not debasing yourself here, but if you're willing to tough it out long enough until you can do better, certainly do so. Just don't expect any recognition for actually doing the job well consistently, and be prepared to have to deal with people who clearly peaked in high school.
Decent pay, a semblance of job security, an 'essential job'
Poor management, nepotism, bad attitudes, general disrespect/disregard for subordinates, 'inclusivity' only in name
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