Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 28, 2016
- Typical work day: load/unload deliveries, sort, pick/pack - Management/Co-workers: enjoyable place to work with fun environment, management was always there to help employees - Hardest part of the job: Getting into a routine, but once routine was figured out, everything was good. - Most enjoyable part of the job: Working in a fun environment
Warehouse Team Lead (Former Employee) – KY – October 19, 2015
I was a team leader here a chegg, very good place to work. Only thing bad was when schools wasn't in session the work would slow down extremely a lot. After all it were a good place to work peaceful and quiet.
shipper (Former Employee) – Shepardsville KY – August 26, 2015
The job was not hard, but more boring. I was not mentally challenged. I did not have a bad experience, but knowing that it was only a temporary position I felt a lack of motivation. I would have also preferred a cooler climate.
CHEGG is a nice place to work, friendly, but hardly anyone gets hired permanently. They said it was because it is seasonal and they only needed a few full time people because during off season, there are only the leaders and two or three supervisors. they didn't get 40 hrs. a week then, not enough work.
i found it to be an easy job, not hard to do, just a lot of fast walking.
Logistics (Current Employee) – shepardsville – January 16, 2014
GREAT PAY!! Very busy and can be a very fast paste environment. typical day of work for me was to pick books, stage them, then ship them back. Employee's are great with making team members well rounded by training them in every aspect of the warehouse.
Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – January 16, 2014
Everyday is a learning experience. Especially in the field of Human resources. There are a wide range of full time and temporary employee issues that all need to be handled in a unique way. This job had afforded me the opportunity to learn and grow within my field.
Operations Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sheperdsville, KY – September 10, 2013
My day would start off projecting how many orders will have to be shipped out and how much product is coming in. Once that is decided, then I would need to place employees accordingly to where I would need them to meet the deadlines of the shipments. My co-workers were great, they knew what had to be done and always knew they had to do whatever it took to get the job done. The biggest thing I have learned while working at Chegg is that "never ask anyone to do anything that you aren't willing to do yourself". I enjoyed going to work everyday, it was an atmosphere where everyone was happy to be there.
Warehouse associate (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 3, 2013
Not wanting to be there. I have not learned anything at Chegg. I walked in on my first day and knew how to do most of the jobs do to previous warehouse work. Unprofessional and favoritism. Leads, Supervisors, and management will talk down to you and, get a attitude with you. My co-workers are the only perks to the job. Hardest part of the is the stress of the job and upper positions.
Marketing Associate (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – August 28, 2012
This is a great company to work for with a great product. Everyone works well together as management doesn't just hire smart people but people that fit the culture. Work is pretty flexible; however, as most start ups you work a lot!
fre lunches, 100% paid for employee health insurance
shipper (Current Employee) – shephardsville,ky – April 3, 2012
I have worked for this company on and off for a year, they have lay-offs until the peak season returns. I liked working here at first, but then after i had worked there for awhile. I began to notice that they hire untrained leads and alot of employees that have drug issues, including the supervisors and leads. They advance people that do not deserve it and that are not trained to do the job that they are supposed to do.