A typical day at work as a Supervisor, there is usually an early morning brief pep talk with my team members where time is taken to highlight what the day's target would be. This is done so that every team member is in no doubt of his/her expectation. The day's achievement is evaluated against the target set in the mornings.
In Ok foods, I learned amongst other things the importance of time management and team work. The management of Ok foods were friendly and understanding however the remuneration did not meet the expectation. This is equally understandable in view of the economic situation in the country. I had coworkers I will gladly describe as a family and I still do miss the environment greatly. In my view, the hardest part of the job was having to deal with a colleague or team member who got to work feeling cranky and like the whole world is upon his shoulder. Secondly, there were a lot of times when the requisite resources were lacking but the target remains unchanged. It was as if one was expected to do some sort of miracle. We managed to get by all the same. The most enjoyable part of the work was working with a team that cared so much for one another as well as people one could actually relate to as friends.
what I will actually consider as Pros is having to be paid for annual leaves and casual leaves
Long hours and unpaid over times