Back to being employed!Wednesday of last week, I applied for a temp job at a warehouse. The temp agency called me back on Thursday, to hear if I was still interested in the job. I told them I was, so they asked me some questions. They would then formulate a presentation of me to the company, which would hopefully end in me being employed there.
A few hours later, they called me back. They were very interested in hiring me, and they wanted me to start on the following Monday, to which I said "Yes! I'm so interested!". I have had my first week there, and I really like it. The company had booked me in a form of "try and hire". One month of seeing if I'm a good fit and if I can figure out how to use the system that they have. As it turns out, I'm pretty experienced in the system they have, because they use a system called AutoStore. The last time I used AutoStore was back in March 2020, but I still know how to use it. That meant I was able to start working with minimal training, which helps them in the end.
So.. What kind of stuff am I picking from the AutoStore? Car parts. Everything from small cogs to spark plugs to alternators to brake systems. It's heavy work, but so much fun! The best part of my temp job: It's without an ending date, and, if all goes well, it might result in a permanent position!
Fingers crossed that they'll want to hire me!