The day started Tuesday- Friday at 5AM til 5PM some days later. I learned alot on my own by exploring Great Plains and /Smart Net. I actually loved it for the fact I was learning something new everyday. – more... Co-workers where friendly as well as not so cord-gel. The most challenging was to meet dead lines that I created for delivery of New accounts. The more challenging the better for me. I feel I do my best work the more I have to get done. – less
Load Puller (Former Employee), Colonial Heights, VA – November 6, 2014
Cons: clueless mangers
Poor pay, no reward for doing exceptional work.The only way to get ahead is to suck up to bosses. Management only seeks to cover their behinds and will drop anyone they perceive as a threat to their position. Theres a reason the Colonial Heights business is being sold, and it isnt the plant employees.
Merchandise Control Manager (Former Employee), Lakeland, FL – November 4, 2014
Pros: the freedom i had to implement new ideas
Cons: 7 days a week.
Long days and challenging work. Loved it. The process of merchandise. Management needed to work a little harder to communicate to make things run smoother. Great co-workers and employees. Communication with some departments. Seeing hard work pay off was the best part of the job when everyone came together.
Assistant to GM (Former Employee), Syracuse, NY – August 10, 2014
Cons: employees treated like trash and not respected.
I took the job thinking there was great opportunity and how nice it would be to work for a company that has been around for quite a bit of time. I quickly realized after taking the job that the place has – more... a lot going wrong for it. First, the technology and phones are from the 80's, and the software used to manage all the customer accounts is out of date, and difficult to use. Secondly, there is a huge lack of proper management and leadership. Leadership is uneducated on how to manage in the 21st century and is quick to fire employees without giving them reviews and setting goals and objectives so they know they are meeting expectations. The company has no goal or vision for the future of the organization. If I could turn the clock back, I would have never accepted the position to work for this company and stayed at the job I was at. – less
Rsr and district manager (Former Employee), Syracuse New York – May 16, 2014
Pros: great family to work for
Cons: a lot of seniority based jobs
I worked out of syracuse ny my dad also worked for company.i found the owners were very fair and wouldnot ask you to do anything they would not do or have not done there self I would still be working there – more... if you did not have to start at bottom again.based on seniority not job performance but would be good place to get into management where they can base you on performance not seniority.i really enjoyed my time there.i worked there on a few different occasions and would go back if it was not a seniority type job. – less
District Manager; Sales and Service Representation (Current Employee), Cleveland, OH – January 14, 2014
Pros: no time clock
Cons: no set lunch breaks
Typical day starts early and ends late. I learned about the garment industry ... something I took for granted. I was a district manager, there is room for growth there. Co workers are hard workers Hardest part of the job is make up work Enjoyable part; customer service and driving all over the state.
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Waterbury,CT – August 26, 2013
Don't work here the ceo does not care about the employees. The Waterbury,CT plant was a great place to work before he showed up and fired all the drivers for no reason. Out of 11 or so drivers this guy – more... fired 9 drivers. The two that didn't get fired were the union steward(how much money was he paid or was it just that he got to keep his job) and a driver that was there for 35 years. This location was soon sold to G&K uniform services. – less