Production pay needs adjusted to correlate with the varying difficulties of work.
Pros: at times, the production pays fairly well. full time hours offered and plenty of breaks throughout the day.
Cons: the pay does not correlate with the varying difficulty of work being done.
Capstone Logistics is for the most part an employment agency that pays employees by production. A typical day of work includes building pallets of merchandise and unloading them with mainly a pallet jack. The hardest and most difficult trailers (such as computer chairs) oddly enough pay the least amount of money at this location. Other days include sorting, cleaning, building, and putting away tote pallets for pay equal to and harder than that of the fast food industry. Totes are a necessity yet provided is zero incentive for employees to offer their production time for. Forklifts are assigned to individual company employees and often times are kept when not required. This makes it difficult to unload pinwheeled pallets on the average trailer. At times the partner's management will ask for work to be done without offering any compensation. The receivers and co workers here make the job more enjoyable, just be prepared for the many obstacles that get in the way of unloading your trailer.