has everything to be a good place, but it doesn't work
The people in general are respectful and good co-workers, the company has excellent benefits, the work doesn’t have great difficulties as long as you are attentive and committed, however, the rates become very low if you don’t t perform overtimes, and after the contract directly by the company, overtimes become even more necessary, which leaves the operator’s exhausted and lifeless outside of work. The alternating shifts, still associated with the lack of nighttime subsidies, mean that many operators do not settle in this place of work as long as they want. Many of them are just there waiting for the opportunity for a job promotion, but that rarely happens to operators, although the vast majority have a college degree, a master's degree or a technological degree. Great talents, unfortunately, are wasted while they are looking for someone outside of the company.