At a stimulus funded battery plant in Holland, Michigan, workers are getting pretty bored, according to a report from a local television station.
That employee says some workers are doing odd jobs around the building, including cleaning and maintenance, while others hang out in the cafeteria playing video games, Texas hold-’em and Monopoly or doing Sudoku or crossword puzzles — all on company time. The employee said some watch movies.
“There’s no work, no work at all. Zero work,” another current employee said. “It is what it is. What do you do when there’s no work?”