When you were in training and planning to begin your career, the process seemed pretty simple.
Your work would involve clocking in and out, and doing what you were assigned in between.
You never imagined that your future would include an employment attorney, physical therapy, and lost wages caused by injury.
You would work your assigned hours on the production floor. You would monitor the assembly line as the loaves of bread passed by. When a misshapen loaf appeared, the rejection process was kind of fun. With a simple downward fist punch you would flatten the loaf so that no one would mistake it for a product that should be packaged or sold.
For the first few months things were going well. The work could get a little monotonous, but the kinds of products that came across the line