Work schedule is not good, Sun-Thurs. Work inside a very small warehouse facility that’s crammed tight with minimal room to operate. Very under staffed in warehouse, need more warehouse workers instead of office personnel. (11 office employees - 7 warehouse workers) Warehouse workers consistently miss work days, come in late and complain allot. Drivers give stores too much product or deliver it to the wrong store and blame the warehouse for their mistakes. Work hours are long and workload is heavy. Managment is VERY poor, do not communicate with employees, change work operations often without even considering thoughts from warehouse workers. In fact, management is the biggest problem at this location. Lack correlation, very inept and etc. STAY AWAY FROM THIS LOCATION. Management is not good at all! Just a headache
Great health benefits
Short lunch, heavy workload everyday, long work hours, bad work schedule
Employees call in almost daily, supervisors have a poor lack of correlation. Great benefits, long dreadful hours, heavy duty work on a daily basis. Not the place to work if you have a family and small children.
Occasional free luncheons
short breaks, long work hours, heavy duty work as a sole employee
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – February 3, 2017
Blue line distribution is a very busy and fun place to work. Keeps you busy through out the day. I really enjoyed coming into work. Unfortunately, there isn't room for growth there so i decided to resign and explore my options else where.