just do your best. keep you head down, and just do it.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – April 26, 2017
Fully vested official crayola employees keep to themselves, due to turnover before probation period is over. be prompt and have good attendance and you'll fit it fine. just dont push yourself beyond your limits.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – March 22, 2017
I would pull an order and load it on the trks and repeat through the day. Use the fork lift as necessary work in the fridge as need pulling orders, also doing inventory as needed. Also helping other employees as needed.
MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING INTERN (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – August 16, 2016
The Crayola employees were very welcoming and nothing short of helpful. The environment was great place to grow and gather experience in many different areas of the company. I gained much experience working with high speed production lines and doing data analysis to optimize high speed performances..
Packer (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – December 29, 2015
Ive learned to operate some machinary, everyone i worked with was the kindest person i have ever met the hardest part of my job was getting cut up by the boxes, but the enjoyable part were all my coworkers
easy workplace not to caring about your well-being
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – December 24, 2015
nice easy place to work, they don't care or try to help out with health restrictions. was supposed to have a chair to sit and work while finishing my last month till maturity leave but was told no.. so my 9 month pregnant self was standing 10 hours with only two 15 minute brakes till doctor told me i could no longer work because of swelling.
Crayon Packer (Former Employee) – PA – September 3, 2015
Fast paced workplace. Management was eager to help whenever needed. Learned to pack crayon without breakage and to quality control as packing. Coworkers were there to help when asked. Hardest part was standing in one spot for entire shift. Got to switched jobs sometimes during the day.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – May 8, 2015
It was a very productive job. The lay offs seemed unfair, but life is not fair. The hours were great and so was the pay. Has a clean and workable environment. Also working there I learned to work fast and to always support my fellow co-workers. Overall Crayola is a good place to work at.
general labor (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – January 6, 2015
built on teamwork. management is solid and if help is needed it is usually given. happy faces and easy going work flows allow a generally stress free day. two breaks a day, one lunch, and one fifteen. not a job for those who dislike social activity.
material handler/packer (Former Employee) – bethlehem – January 9, 2013
Responsible for careful handling of all merchandise to avoid damages. Packed out Crayola products,Prepared pallets by following prescribed stacking arrangement and properly tagging pallets. Maintained and enforced a safe and clean working environment at all times.
Positive work and learning environment with a strong business culture.
Information coordinator and Intern (Former Employee) – Easton, Pa – November 23, 2012
A typical work day consisted of assisting the sales team in a number of business functions dealing with product information and point of sales figures. I learned a large number of business related skills including business dashboard skills, mastering of Microsoft Office programs and applications, point of sales work, and presentation formatting. The co-workers at Crayola were both insightful and helpful. The hardest part of the job would be navigating through the business dashboard at first. the most enjoyable part of work was assisting the sales associates as a whole.
positive learning environment, helpful and instructive co-workers.