addetta alle pulizie (Current Employee) – Trieste, FRI – April 3, 2014
ho imparato in questa azieda a gestire meglio sia il lavoro che il fare con colleghi e ho imparato a farmelo piacere ed essere orgogliosa del mio lavoro e di farlo sempre bene essere educata e sapersi controllare
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – February 20, 2017
I was a seasonal employee there. They were good about flexibility and had a competitive hourly rate. Everybody there was respectable and the management was more than willing to help with anything they could.
Merchandise Puller (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – February 20, 2017
I was employed temporarily for the Christmas season as a warehouse merchandise puller. I was payed $8.60/hr. The job was simple and became boring quickly. In my position, there was little opportunity to interact with coworkers because we were all constantly moving through isles to locate and select merchandise.
The job consists of reviewing a printed page with a list of items and their associated ID number which have been ordered online by a customer. Each item has a warehouse location code listed with it. You find the location, pick the item according to its quantity, verify the product ID number and place it in a small tote. Once all items on the order sheet have been gathered, you place the tote on a cart which goes to the shipping department later.
Because of the monotonous nature of the position, I became very bored and was relieved to stop working there. Several times I asked my supervisor if they would teach me another responsibility so I could be of greater assistance, but they said there wasn't anything else for me to do.
This job met my needs, money, but I would seek a different job if you have the opportunity. It is alright for students looking for some money to support themselves. The main reason I didn't like it was that it was boring and I didn't have much interaction with my coworkers.
Envelope machine operator (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID 83441 – December 31, 2016
It was a great place with plenty of opportunities to learn new skills. Very busy and hard working for a seasonal job, good respect for employees. The management could be better but overall being great.
Business Intern (Current Employee) – Rexburg, ID – December 20, 2016
If you are looking for a fast pace environment with great people in a production warehouse, then go to Artco. Great management and over all feeling. Expect to work hard and to have a continuous improvement mindset.
Exciting and thrilling. Great place to learn many things.
Leadman (Current Employee) – Waggaman, LA – September 27, 2016
This job is good for people looking to learn a new trade and has many opportunities for advancement. A typical day at word is 12 hours of intense manual labor in the decking department. Management in my opinion is very good and cooperative. The only con is the amount of time you are away from home and the physical aspect is rather exhausting.
Live on Deckhand 3 (Current Employee) – Cassville, WI – July 22, 2016
Great job for the bachelor. Advancement great wages and atmosphere. Values safety above all else. Learn many aspects of the job always learning things. Worst and only downfall is being away from home. Co Workers are always the best
deckhand 3 (Current Employee) – Lemont, IL – March 17, 2016
Best and highest paid company to work for. Like any company you always have those guys who slip through the cracks and make it past the 90 days. So depending on who you work with it can either be pleasant and enjoyable or absolutely the worst 3 weeks of your life. As far as pay goes it takes about 9 months to make a little less than 200 a day.
free food, travel pay, good pay and extremely good benefits
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – February 16, 2016
Terrible and contentious work environment. Long term employees were highly disrespectful and refused to help or teach new employees. Often blames their mistakes on the new people, No accountability, especially in the customer service department among the supervisor and her underlings.
TILE INSTALLER (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, Ca. – September 2, 2015
Working for Artco was very good for me because I really learned a lot of things that I still use in my life now, especially math. I would get jobs to lay tile and stone in million dollar custom homes and have to lay out huge floors.
Q.A. Inspector / Quality Control (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – October 26, 2014
morning meeting of set schedules for certain departments that needed special attention. The product that was product by artco - bell mainly were school desk learned the process how one was made started as raw material ending with chrome all acessories added then placed in speciale cardboard containers. Coworkers were all male found it intersting and not diffucult at all. The hardest part of my was rejecting the final product . I enjoyed my job very much i was in every department that Artco - Bell had learning many thing to quality control
Deckhand (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 5, 2014
Survived being a deckhand for almost a year and a half, sustaining damage to my body, which I didn't report as worker's comp, because I had intentions of moving up to an office position. Transferred to Hillman position on land, which was less taxing, but grossly mis-managed, and included unnecessary exposure to safety hazards due to either negligence or incompetence on the management's part. Grew tired of coworkers and supervisors who were illiterate.