Du pont work pattern is very difficult on the body clock. 4 nights on 12hr shifts, 2 days to change over for a 12hr day shift. Takes its toll on the body clock. There's no incentive to hit target, once you do it goes up and you get nothing for hitting it.
Training in someone new is a joke. You're expected to hit your target and keep an eye on someone else's work. If they mess up its on your name. That happens too often and you've to be retrained!
The new person gets signed off and you get nothing for it.
Due to the shift pattern you could be working bank holidays. You get the exact same pay as a normal working week. The shift not working are also getting paid.
The shift supervisors are all in competition with each other so be prepared to have them work you like a dog. Your breaks will be monitored closely. The competition also means they you could walk into a poor shift handover and are still expected to hit target. If you don't hit it you'll be explaining why.
The gang in the office look down on the production floor staff. Without the floor staff the office staff wouldn't be in the job, they really need to learn to appreciate the folks doing the manual labour.
Quality goes out the window the moment the auditors leave the building. Quality is purely lip service. It's numbers that's king in this place.
The people on the floor
Management, supervisors, pay, work hours