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Based on 96 responses, the job of Assembly Line Worker has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.55 out of 5. On average, Assembly Line Workers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Assembly Line Worker?

January 2019
Assembly Line Worker in Battle Ground:
Pros: Close to home
Cons: Pay
November 2019
"More paperwork than production."
Assembly Line Worker in Kalamazoo:
Pros: Benefit package and time off package
Cons: No merit raises. No compensation for experience, training, seniority, knowledge, or acing your review every year!
April 2015
Assembly Line Worker:
Pros: I really love my coworkers were like one big happy family.
Cons: Nothing there is absolitley nothing wrong at my job.
July 2015
"Interesting, challenging and dangerous."
Assembly Line Worker:
Pros: Challenge, targets and quality.
Cons: Danger of products.
January 2016
Assembly Line Worker:
Pros: Hours are nice: Monday-Friday 8-5.
Cons: Been there for 3 years and have not received a pay raise am still making minimum wage, as is a lot of employees some even being there for 7 years.
January 2017
"A good working environment."
Assembly Line Worker in Brampton:
Observed and follow the proper procedures.
January 2015
Assembly Line Worker:
Pros: I receive every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off every week unless I choose to work overtime.
Cons: The management tells us we'll receive bonuses and then never provides them no matter how much output we produce even when we've had record producing months.