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Loved working in the warehouse carried alot of fabric and sewing accessories I have never knew their were so much to chose from. I wish I could sew.
Stocker (Former Employee), Kennesaw, GAFebruary 12, 2014
Pros: lunch our manager work buy when we reached certain goals.
Cons: the point system you are subject to even as a temp, and did not have chance to take time off with out getting a point.
Clock in and off load items and stock the shelves so the online customers. I have to use those math skills you learned in school to measure and cut fabric, trimming, ribbon etc. Management ok not a lot of encouragement to advance in the company. I loved my co workers me all helped each other with everybody pulling their load. Driving so far and not – more... making enough money. The fiends I made while I was employed with the company – less
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Fast paced warehouse with multiple positions
Shipping and Handling Clerk (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GAFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: company picnics, a lot of overtime
Cons: short lunches, poor management skills, no forklift pay
I clock in and go to a morning meeting. After the meeting i immediately go and check out cutting sheers for my job. Then i go to my rolling machine used to cut large quantities of fabric. Sometimes i am called to help organize storage of boxes and supplies with sit down forklift. I learned how to use a forklift, cherry picker, and skyjack. Management – more... at this company is ok although they refuse to give help in areas that are needed. My co-workers are hardworking but sometimes may get off topic so it leaves me to go make up the work that they didn't get done. There really is not anything at my job that is too hard for me to do but the most enjoyable part about my job is knowing i have job security. – less
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inventory (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GAJuly 26, 2013
bad place to work u don't get treated right. you don't get payed enough for what you are doing
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Fast paced
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Marietta, GAMay 17, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: small company
Receive all my orders in the early day pick my orders cut the fabric to the length of what was order run my machine packed and shipped the fabric operated fork lifts, stand up lifts, and pallet jacks. I learned measurments and all different kinds of fabric. co workers were great, the hardest part of the job was working in the heat, the most enjoyable – more... part was the convience. – less
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Decent pay and a good benefits.
stock, inventory, sipping and receiving, forklift (Current Employee), Kennesaw Ga.September 10, 2012
Pros: good benefits
Cons: no room to advance within the company.
on a daily basis we try our best to meet our cutomers needs by working as a team. the most enjoyable and hardest part of teh job are teh many problems you can encounter in just one day. This has allowed me to as problem solving to teh list of my qualifications. This skill has allowed me to become a better team player as well as leader.
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Nice work environment
Customer Service Rep. / Chat Agent (Former Employee), Marietta, GAMay 22, 2012
Fabric.com was a pleasant work environment. The hours of operation were very basic. There were overtime opportunities for extra hours and money. A new facility is needed as there was a insect problem in the old warehouse facility.

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