Don't go there looking for friends. Just do your job and go home , and pray you get a good manager. The pay is good but , sometimes the money isn't worth what you have to deal with work or manager wise.
I have been doing career coaching for many years. Just finished creating a 4 part series for people at my company that are being impacted by an acquisition and will be in the job market soon. There are a lot of resume trends people are not aware of:
1. DO Not put more than 10-15 years of work experience if you have it.
2. DO NOT put the year you graduated from any school...college or high school.
3. Do not put your birth year in your email…
The most stressful day was the day I quit. I moved to a new zone at work after being there 15 years. My new supervisor Rick from final is old, I don't know he had been picking with me since I came to the zone about anything. Well one day I had a lot going on and he came out picking about my job I was doing addressing me rudely and disrespectful so I had had enough so I told him I quit , I was tired and feed up. Some mangers don't know how to talk…
We both sat down with hr and discussed it , and settled our differences.
Was it was like a new challenge everyday to get better and learn more skills monthly.
Stay where your at because you will struggle and spend more just trying to get there and get into the grove of things. DONT DO IT
Everyday was a stressful day at Nissan and for anyone that’s moving to work at that plant, have money to burn when you get the because they don’t help you find housing.
Not a damn thang!!! The upper management is horrible and treat you like your not even human.