Working here is like strolling through the projects. Who knows whether you'll make it home.
Pros: absolutely none.
Cons: short or no breaks, people popping speed to make qouta, people stealing lunches, people yelling obscenities with threatening bodily harm, poor management with no concern for your health and well being, high injury rate.
For anyone working warehouse. It doesn't get worse than this place. The pay is fair for warehouse work, but management who trains you expects a better performance out of you than what they can do themselves.
The incentive based pay leads to arguments, obscenities being screamed and you're basically running around the warehouse the whole night. This isn't an exaggeration.
Very high workplace incident tally. There's always people on light duty. Always accidents. Always damaged product.
If they could stand to profit a few less $ per hour, they'd save thousands in medical bills, product damages and training new people since this place is a revolving door.
If you're lucky enough to make it past the first few weeks of training you're doing good. But you need to make at least 100% productivity every week. And if you have a week where you don't. It's a write up and a stern talking to about why you didn't.
You have people popping over the counter speed to try and make 100% productivity because their productivity is at 98% for the week.
They are no scheduled days off like a normal warehouse where X and X are always your days off. Your schedule runs like working at a fast food restaurant. You don't know what your days off are for that week, til that week. And guess what don't make plans and check that schedule everyday. Because the day before your day off when you go to make sure you're off tomorrow, you're now scheduled to work.
Break rooms look like pigs work there. The microwaves will probably give you a disease. And you have people stealing lunches out of the refrigerators. – more...
There's not enough equipment for everyone. So get there way early otherwise you'll be walking the warehouse looking for a electric jack. Which will probably affect your productivity score for that week.
Oh and if you get hurt. It's not their policies as to why you got hurt. It's your fault. They basically make you say that on your accident forms.
I'm not sure how this place is still operating. It's like a 3rd world country inside. – less