Long nights and evenings in a dank, dusty warehouse
Night filler, Returns specialist (Former Employee) – Prairie du Chien, WI – August 14, 2015
A typical day at work when I first began included the 60 minute drive to Cabela's, setting up my work station which was a trolly with a table on it, then picking out customers orders, tagging them, organizing them in the tote and sending them on their way on the conveyor belt. This wasn't too bad, I permanently damaged my shins because the trollies had step ladders on them that my 6'3 frame constantly knocked into. This was probably the worst part of the job - which to be honest could have been worse.
Most of the job involved long hours of walking through the warehouse, regardless of what I did, identifying numbers, searching for the right bin, and either placing an order back into the bin or taking it out for filling.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the small amount of freedom and independence it entailed.