I worked in the warehouse for a year and a half and during that time I was over-worked and underpaid, and would often get chastised for not doing enough even though I floated between every warehouse position they needed me to do. The position sounds easy on paper but the warehouse is so disorganized with cramped shelves and the archaic picking packing method they use it adds a lot of extra work and stress. You never know when you will get off each night as the managers change their minds w/out considering at a whim. I routinely saw them knowingly ship out bad or broken parts to customers and would blame the carriers for it rather than replace do the right thing and replace them.
For example, when I started I was told my hours were 11am-7pm but more often than not it usually was 9am to 8:30pm or later. I don't mind overtime but the lack of honesty during the interview put a sour taste in my mouth. The hours may not sound that bad but considering it chews your entire day up and being surrounded by lazy co-workers didn't increase productivity at all. The turn-over rate is laughably high, I can't count how many people quit on their first day or left without notice after being there for years.
The overall atmosphere is non stop negativity, mostly because they give you nothing when it comes to raises and they will nit pick everything on your review to justify it. And they don't take into account the effort you give; they will give the same or even higher raise to someone who puts in half the workload you do. They pay structure is maddening, there were guys who worked in the warehouse for four or five years and made $10.25 and new hires that made $11.50
Do yourself the favor and only consider this dump if you have no other alternative, you will become clinically depressed not long after you start.