Job for the desperate.
At D.S Smith Sheerness you go in to feel like a number without any care, the management does not want to know unless you suck up and favouritism is a killer. The supervisor gets no help from the upper management and quite frankly does his own, customer relations and the floor managers duties leaving him less than approachable to most of the factory - more ... staff when they need help. All staff members come in depressed about being there but knowing they have to because it's a job. The pay is less than the factory average in the area and to survive overtime will be required, however only certain machine ... - less