- One Stop15.Dec 2015
Support from Management
For the most part the employers took care of the enployees as long as they continued to work hard. Supervisor that is no longer there had poor skills in keeping a professional relationship with employees, for example: invited teenage employees to hangout after work, his son worked there and was good friends with them but still kinda off when the age difference is about 30yrs. Other than that it was a very good job to have, only thing I didn't like was never having a schedule. If you didn't call to see if there was work every morning you weren't getting any. And if you happen to not call on a day he ended up needing you, he would consider you a no show even if the supervisor told you the night before it was not mandatory for you to work that day.