FIRST INTERVIEW

Margarita: EX INDUSTRIALIZED FACTORY WORKER 1

How do you think the industrialized factories will be in the future?

I think they will be robbed. Maximum will be controlled by 3 people. They will control the factory from home.


Núria: EX INDUSTRIALIZED FACTORY WORKER 2

How do you think the industrialized factories will be in the future?

Fully technified and there will be 0 workers.


Pep: EX INDUSTRIALIZED FACTORY WORKER 3

How do you think the industrialized factories will be in the future?

We will enjoy more the free time because all the factories will be robbed.

SECOND INTERVIEW

1st INTERVIEWED (Woman, 47 years old , more or less, 30 years working on a factory)

How many years did you work in an industrial factory?

I didn’t work full years because I was a temporary worker: I was working with very short contracts. I maybe worked there for about two years: I finished a contract and then, after a month or something like this, they called me back. I worked in different factories.  

At what age did you start? And finished?

I started working in a factory in summer when i was 18 years old. It was La Piara in Manlleu, and I was there for a month. A long time later I spent about 6 months at Casa Tarradellas. Then I moved to Sabadell, and there I worked in more factories. I finished working in factories when I was  20 or 21.

Why did you leave the factories?

Because I finished my studies.

Which type of factories did you work for?

Most of them were from the food sector.

Are they still open?

Yes.

Were there more women or men working?

There were more women, but it was curious because women didn’t do the same work as men.

So the highest chargers were given to the men, right?

Yes, I remember that in Casa Tarradellas all  women were working in the assembly lines, but the people in charge were men.

Which was your charge?

I was an operary

Which was your time-table?

It depended on the contract. I normally did the night or afternoon time,  when I had no classes in the university.

Do you think were you well  paid for all the hours you did?

The pity is that I worked when the “boom” of temporary companies was at its best, and it seemed that you had a good salary (€ 1000 or more), but when you saw the payroll you realized that you quoted little for social security, which in the long run is bad for you because it makes your pension lower.

Was there any robotic machine?

There were machines, but not robots like now, with arms and things like this. There were many things we had to do by our own.

THIRD INTERVIEW

( Men 47 years old, he work in a factory across 15 years)

1.Introduction to yourself.

My name is Jason Scaricaciottoli, I’m 47 years old. I was born in Camden, New Jersey, USA, and now i live i Vic, Catalunya. I am a professional cooker and right now I am working in an ice cream

2.Have you worked in a factory or its your first one?

I’ve never currently worked in a industry or a factory, but the only factori I’ve ever work is here were we produce ice cream but not on a great scale, on a small scale.

3.What type of factory are you working now or you have worked?

I’ve only worked in a ice cream factory before.

4.What type of factory are you in? (sector(carnic,agrari,textil…)

The factory I’am working is a food factory

5.All do you will be the next owner, why do you like to do this job?

There are many reasons why I like what I do it’s because one, we make a product that is very dives and people really appreciate and like our products.

6.The salaries of the factory are reasonable or very poor

I think the salary for what a person makes in a factory is low but the cost of living is also low it kind of equals itself out but I would say that the base salary in Spain is low.

7.How many years have you been working in the factory / industry?

I’ve been working 16 years working in the ice cream factory.

8.Is the schedule that you follow now different from that of x years ago?

The Questions between 8 to 15 are in this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYV4aAR65_Y&feature=youtu.be

The hours are normal during the week but during the weekends we work saturday and sundays which normally factories don’t really work, but other that that we work all summer and in winter we have a little break.