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.
A great place to work but not a lot of room to grow with the company.
Supply Chain Analyst Intern (Current Employee) – Plainfield, IN – March 14, 2013
Is really a great place to work. I think management does not do a good job of promoting within and this drives employees to feel undervalued. I saw on average 30 people a day. They want you to follow their wording and techniques so this can get very repeatitive. I enjoyed making relationships with clients and helping them. I did not like the fact they were very sales driven and not customer oriented.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – March 3, 2013
I got the best experience working along my supervisor and my manager I found great mentors that pushed me to go beyond of what I thought it was impossible for me. I was able to supervised a team of 12 people, I learned significant functions of IT, WMS, Quality Control, and Inventory Control. These were all necessary for a program designed to efficiently transfer product between distribution centers.
It is a busy place, i have managed to improve my skill technically and to communicate with people around proffesinally. i have less managemnent to supervise but they showed up when i need help. as a team lead, i manged to train my co-workers to perfom efficiently. the hardest part of the job is troubleshooting a the root cause of a failure. the job as a whole is enjoyable.no supervison required and work is executed on time.
Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – December 19, 2012
A typical day at work is as any other day, showing up to work on time, reporting to your work station and beginning work promptly. What i learned on the job is to be productive at all times, complete daily tasks having a positive attitude ,i also learned alot about microsoft excel on the job. In an overall management seems to be very unorganized, some of the management have moved to other careers or employment,there has been three buy outs of the company since my employment. wonderful co-workers. The hardest part about the job is the unorganization which makes the completion of tasks difficult. co-workers are the enjoyable part of the job.
Management (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, Tx – November 26, 2012
This place by far is the worst company in the U.S. The turnover rate is high, employees are incompetent, and there's no respect for fellow employees and co-workers. Wages are low. The benefits are ok, but in the end the bad outweighed the benefits. Don't even apply, keep looking.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 11, 2012
On a daily basis we work on providing the best repair service for our customer. Management keeps changing here. Co-workers are all trying to leave. The most challenging part of the job is constantly having to train new hires due to the high turnover rate. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping people to learn new things.