Had interview, told when I would start and hourly rate (I hadn't even accepted but still given a start date) then on induction found out it had all been lies (not hourly rate promised, no holiday honoured etc) Wanted to quit on first day (but unfortunately need money!). It's not that its majority a production line job more the fact that it's run like a circus or military camp whatever you believe, told you can't do this, that and the other yet on shop floor total opposite. I have nothing against foreign workers, the majority I've worekd with before are insanely hard workers, unfortunately the department I'm in they must have missed it with this bunch, no one speaks English, they're rude, it's overrun with them and they do what they want, take hours of breaks, dissappear whenever and whatever they're doing, most of them are there for jokes and chat and they're allowed to get away with it because they're from the same country as their supervisor. The place is a joke, the machines are constantly broken and it's slow, monotonous and will break you. One 30 minute break, but it's more like 20 by the time you've changed etc and then have to get rechanged etc. On your feet hauling tonnes of pork joints etc, freezing, you're covered in various body parts, blood etc and just not worth it. Save yourself the trouble it's not worth the hassle, I'll be out second something comes up, how some people have lasted 25+ years is beyond me, 3 days has been enough! Only shame is the (English) guys I'm with are really nice, only thing that gets me through the pain of the (long) day.