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Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Employer Reviews

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Was a good place to work.
material handler (Former Employee), new jerseyNovember 13, 2014
You would walk in and go to your area and find out if you worked the lower part or the upper level. I learn that many people are in need. The management did there part. Most of the workers where good people. The hardest part to me was not knowing if I would work there again. I like to work hard and be around people and this place had all these things.
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Not a good job
shipping/recieving (Former Employee), Edgewater, NJOctober 28, 2014
Pros: conivient because i live close by
Cons: little pay
Shipping/Receiving its a fast paced heavily populated company
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Hard Working
Receiver (Former Employee), Burlington NJOctober 16, 2014
Working through this company was sort of a tough process. Everyday we would come to work 7:30 am wait for our pallet to come. Some pallets may come with 30 boxes maybe more or maybe less it was an interesting experience
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Mediocre Workplace with Great Benefits
Clerical (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CASeptember 11, 2014
A typical day at work usually consists of the team startup meeting to get all associates up to date on product coming in the door, the amount of product that needed to be received before leaving and any goals that management wanted completed. In my time working at this warehouse, i learned how to use multiple warehouse computer programs to efficiently – more... complete all tasks that are asked of me. The hardest part of the job would be favoritism. There was no room for growth if you were not considered to be a "favorite" amongst management and HR. The most enjoyable part of the job would be the amazing associates that you meet on a daily basis. – less
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A very good job
Clerk (Former Employee), Burlington, NJJuly 2, 2014
Pros: easy and enjoyable work
Cons: short breaks
While i found this job to be very tiring, it was also a whole new experience where i learned new skills. When i first arrived here, I didn't know anyone and i didn't know much. However, now i am more familiar with working in distribution centers.
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Personal growth Promotions Training Great atmosphere
Ticketing at Product Brake down an Scanning. (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CAJune 6, 2014
Working at a distribution center its very exhausting, but it also a great experience you learn a lot new skills when I first worked there i didn't know much but Now I have more of a familiarity with distribution centers.
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productive workplace with amazing co workers
picker (Former Employee), shippingFebruary 18, 2014
Cons: short breaks
picking routes, cleaning, helping loaders
how to read sku numbers, how to work in a fast pace environment
managers were there to encourage you.;
the co workers were some of the best ive ever worked with.
the hardest part of the job was the standing all day but worth it. the most enjoyable part of the job was working with people of many ages
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Productive, easy going warehouse
Warehouse Clerk (Current Employee), San Bernardino, CAJanuary 18, 2014
Pros: easy, enjoyable work
Cons: short lunch, no talking, no cellphones
a typical day of work consists of clocking in, attending a short meeting, gathering equipment to properly complete activities then going to our assigned rows to complete our work tasks. Management is ok, a lil harsh at times because they explain something once in a fast manor and expect you to know exactly what to do after they are done. There is absolutely – more... no talking allowed which is a lil hard and not fair, if you talk you get sent to another row and left to do the line completely by ur self, If you do not complete 150+ items you will be fired. You are not allowed to carry your cellphone on you at any time and that is a lil hard do to the fact that people have young children and need there phone incase of an emergency – less
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Fun to work
crew member (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CAJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: free lunches on holidays
Cons: short breaks
I would come in and start the line where all the boxes would run thru and I had to be checking on the labels to make sure it was the same label as the other boxes. If a new label would come in I had to get the order paper and check in the system to see if the order was in the system. I would opened the box to make sure the color and sizes of the ordered – more... were correctly. Once the ordered was correctly I would start the band so the rest of the boxes would run thru. – less
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Diverse environment and cultures
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Beverly, NJJanuary 6, 2014
Pros: overtime
Cons: hourly pay
Fast growing company with quality work however the pay is downplayed.
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productive and fun work environment
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Edgewater, NJDecember 18, 2013
Pros: fun environment
Cons: back breaking work
inventory check
inventory count
shipping/receiving
inventory quota
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Difficult Job
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CADecember 5, 2013
I didnt like the work enviornment. The people were not friendly. Mostly lackadaisical about their job.
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Productive and busy warehouse where you have little time to socialize.
Material Handler- Move boxes to desired location (Former Employee), Beverly, NJNovember 12, 2013
My days working were long but very busy.
I learned how to interact better with different nationalities in groups.
The hardest part of my job is getting working after lunch when my co workers are tired and ready to go home.
Most enjoyable part of my job is knowing your owning money to provide for myself.
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busy fun energetic
Recieving Associate unloading (Former Employee), san bernardino caJuly 30, 2013
fast pace hard working environment hardest part was just the heat but days went by fast
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Flow of materials within warehouse was effective.
Shipping Clerk (Former Employee), Bristol, PAMay 17, 2013
Pros: overtime
Cons: pay rate
Received shipments into inventory, ensuring quality, color, count, and order numbers were correct . Completed and filed invoices. Contacted forklift drivers to have materials place in proper area. i was given the opportunity to train in label printing.Management was supportive. Coworkers efficient. Taking on the task of printing tickets were the hardest – more... if machine would jam causing production to slow down. The location was close to home. – less
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Excellent experience
Loss Prevention Investigator (Former Employee), Auburn Hills, MIMarch 28, 2013
Monitored everyday operations to endure company standards were being upheld.
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Productive but not enough pay.
Merchandise packer (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CAMarch 12, 2013
Pros: i would get paid every week.
Cons: carrying heavy materials.
I got the job from an agency so I had to keep up my box count. And everyday I had to meet a goal and pack as many boxes as possible. Management cared for our safety and provided us with the tools to make the job easier. I learned that working as a team gets the job done a lot quicker. Some days the merchandise wasn't so bad to repack and count and that – more... was what made some days less stressful than others.The most enjoyable part of the job was the store discounts and getting to view some of the merchandise before it was shipped to the stores. – less
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work
warehouse (Former Employee), Edgewater Park, NJFebruary 11, 2013
i work hard and i learned new things things fast at any place ive ever worked
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Sales Associate
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Corpus Christi, TXJanuary 24, 2013
Provided friendly customer service, greeted customers, answered questions, and answered phone calls. Maintained general cleanliness of work area and dressing rooms. Organized shoe inventory.
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Just work
shipping and receiving (Former Employee), Burlington, NJDecember 27, 2012
A typical day at work long, hard working and just another day at work

About Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse

Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse has two de facto mottos: "not affiliated with Burlington Industries" (thanks to a 1981 trademark-infringement – Read more