Poor Planning, Poor Supervision
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Salem, VA – May 8, 2013
What I learned from Elizabeth Arden was general knowledge of how to operate more forklift vehicles. I did establish good relationships with several co-workers and one of the supervisors but overall, it was not my favorite job. Management as a whole was not good, at all. It seemed as if, each manager had their own agenda, and was determind to carry that agenda out, in spite of the other managers. The work itself was very easy, and I did not mind working extra hours, when available, which was a rarity. Therefore, I would say the hardest part was having to deal with the constant change from management. I most enjoyed the location of the job. On a bad day, I could make it the work in 7 minutes, ON FOOT!
Location, very close to home, gas saver
Everything else: bad management, attitude-filled co-workers, hours constantly changing, salary was not sufficient