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Fun work place
Picker Packer (Former Employee) –  Auckland, Auckland21 February 2016
In this job i have gained a lot of skills such as communication, driving a forklift and etc. I worked 4 days a week and everyday at work will be at east a 12 - 18 hour shift. the hardest part of this job was working long hour shifts and we only get 3 breaks a day. We also had to lift crates that weighed up to 20-70 kg and i was alright with it because of how I'm a solid built pacific islander boy. I enjoyed this job because i was working around a good environment, a lot of young people and a good vibe.
Cons
long hour shifts : 12 - 18 hour shift
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It’s temp work
Temp Worker (Current Employee) –  Hamilton, Waikato13 January 2019
Clients can make things difficult for Drake and they look bad..
Also not knowing when your suppose to work or not work because of clients giving late details is not professional
Pros
Suit your lifestyle
Cons
Communication
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Good learning and on going work
On call (Current Employee) –  Waitakere, Auckland6 October 2017
Its awesome that they have me working but i need a full time job and gerting taxed twice is not so good. Hours and shift time are all over the place and i just want to be working under one company
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3.6
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