Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – May 3, 2017
Brightpoint is a wonderful place to work. There's a reason it takes a while to get hired on there. People there actually care deeply about the populations with which they work. The management of the place is excellent. It is great to know that you are making a true difference in the lives of the people you serve.
Great non-profit organization with many departments
Family Service Worker (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 4, 2017
Overall, a great place to work for. Several different departments with the ability to transfer when openings occur. Management is friendly and expects you to perform at your best. Clientele is typically low-income families.
Good environment to develop your leadership experience
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – September 14, 2016
It is very nice place if you want to learn a lot things a bout the world culture. It helps you develop your mind about non profit organization and learn from the entire world's problem. Making a good success story.
Data Entry Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 17, 2016
data entry,shipping/receiving of Cellular devices as they were returned .refurbished,and shipped out to the clients or customers, Inventory of the warehouse to assure everything is supposed to be where it is labeled
receiver (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 19, 2016
commitment and team work.on a typical day work. work as team. miss my co-workers that was the best job in my life. the job was ok easy.but standing all day was not all that. my supervisor was good-marvin burnett and my department is what i enjoyed most.
Brightpoint a customer driven Company with top quality personnel
Inventory Control Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 29, 2015
While working with BrightPoint, I found out what it was like to be with a Company that did what was right for the customer and did what was necessary to make sure the customer felt as though they were the only customer BrightPoint had. A place and environment I appreciated and enjoyed the work environment.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – May 12, 2015
It was a very easy job dealing with cell phones i enjoyed the air conditioned room and the comfy chairs. i worked with phones and the easiest part was scanning them into the system i was able to keep up rate and i enjoyed the job until they switched into another building.
easy work, working with cell phones, air controlled room, small team, supervisors hands on.
couldnt listen to music couldnt bring phones into the building and security was harsh
time in is filled with work as assigned after a short meeting i learned to sort and test the cell phones the first management was okay and i had fun while it lasted, but the next one was prejudiced. Hr personell did not like me and kept on asking about my second job and what kind of car i was driving. really this had nothing to do with my job as i was performing wel and was always on time. i had two jobs to compensate lack of money in my fisrst job. IS THAT A CRIME? I liked my co- workers we worked well together as a team We had fun like games and we had praises for work done. The raise was biased though.( i like you i give you more , you are outspoken you get less
Yes during special occasions like when we had good productions and sells
Yes health care for permanent workers and even temporary workers
Kitting Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 8, 2014
Brightpoint does not treat their hourly or temporary employees with respect and treat their management team almost as poorly. They repeatedly lie to their customers. I would not recommend this company to anyone.
no respect for employees, OT expected on demand, no life/work balance
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 15, 2014
I picked product and processed the product and sent it down the line. I learned that a company does not have to give you set hours and that you can be made to work 10 to 12 hours if you want to or not. Some people worked and some did not seem to have to do anything. The hardest part of the day was not knowing when your day was going to be over. The most enjoyable time of day was when you got to leave after 12 hours. If we started at 9 and worked 8 hours and at 5:25 I started cleaning up my area the supervisor would come by and say we are staying 10 hours, and thenat 7:25 I would start cleaning my area and she would come by and say we are staying 12 hours. It was just never said at the beginning of the day or even in the middle of the day, always at the last minute.