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Terrible
Lumper (Former Employee) –  Lakeland, FLJuly 5, 2017
great pay (if you bust your behind). Terrible managment and worked in an unfair environment. When i worked there they didn't tell you when you're suppose to work and when you're off.
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great company to work for
Freight Handler (Former Employee) –  5305 w buckeyeJune 23, 2017
FHI is a great company to work for I learned and became certified with in the company to use a forklift. Always be on time . overall great coworkers, and convenient locations
Pros
decent pay, great coworkers
Cons
if you do 1 mistake can cost you your job
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Production Based
LEAD MANAGER (Current Employee) –  Orlando, FLJune 3, 2017
Work hard, and get paid well. Slack, and you wont make anything. Room for advancement and the higher you go the more responsibility you have to deal with.
Pros
Decide how much you want to make
Cons
slow season
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Lumper
Lumper/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) –  Phoenix, AZMay 31, 2017
FHI is a good job . I loved the hours and the pay . The management was okay . Just that they would give us sick time until a year or anything like that sucked but overall the job was great enjoyed the time I worked there
Pros
Good hours
Cons
No ac
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Good company. decent benefits.
Handler (Former Employee) –  Pleasant Prairie, WIMay 23, 2017
Good company that pays well starting out. work life balance not the greatest. Must be willing to get your hands dirty and sweat to be successful....
Pros
Money
Cons
Working all the time
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Stressful and unorganized
Freight Handler (Former Employee) –  Riverside, CAMay 19, 2017
You would not like this company there so unorganized and careless for their employees they do not give you your full hours and they also try to over work you they choose favorites
Pros
Good benefits
Cons
Unorganized
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Physically exhausting
Freight Handler/Unloader (Former Employee) –  Dacula, GAMay 8, 2017
The job pays depending on the trucks you receive and the speed you do it at. The job requires you to be in some shape to be able to keep working at a good pace to receive a good paycheck, which can be high if you good trucks. Still, the payoff of the physical work put in might not always be great.
Pros
Breaks between trucks, you can go at your own pace
Cons
Physically demanding, payoff is not consistent
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Good
Forlift Operator (Former Employee) –  Orlando, FLMay 3, 2017
Fun environment with great people . Job/work balance is not good. Pay by commission could be better, overall good learning expierence . Definetly recommend to everyone.
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Avoid this job
Unloader (Former Employee) –  Pleasant Prairie, WIApril 8, 2017
Basically you unload trucks. Unfortunately they made a simple concept extremely difficult because it is production based pay. In theory you are paid based on how much work you do. Sounds good, however it doesn't work out this way. There is rampant favoritism, friends of the lazy supervisors get the easiest "no touch" trucks. Meaning you don't need to get off your forklift the entire load. They make about 10 dollars to unload one of these, but it only takes them 10 minutes, so they are making 40-60 dollars an hour. On the flipside if you are not favored or are new, they give you extremely disorganized backbreaking, headache inducing trucks. They might pay 60 dollars and take 4 hours to finish. So yeah, they paid more for them but the hourly was only 15 dollars... except don't let this example fool you, it was typically more like 43.72 for the truck and someone who helps you for 30 minutes wants 15 dollars of it and thus you're left with 28.72 and divided by the 4 hours you reach minimum wage... again if you are lucky. More often than not you make less than minimum and they are only required to raise it to federal wage.
Pros
the facility was nice
Cons
bad management, favoritism, 12 hour shifts
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Horrible
Unloader (Former Employee) –  Lansing, MIApril 7, 2017
RUN! It is all i can say. Dont stop just move past this place. They don't give a crud about you and never will. Work until you are done. No overtime pay.
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warehouse worker,
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) –  Boynton Beach, FLMarch 9, 2017
great place but my pay depend of the trucks to unloading each day, the co workers and supervisor are honests and good workers. Im looking something by hourlike that im going to know how much is going to be my check every pay period
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not good
Laborer (Former Employee) –  Troy, OHFebruary 23, 2017
never knew when you'd be off

best trucks were took by managers

fluctuating pay

favoritism on a large scale

pay for trucks on convey could ruin a wk's worth of pay
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This place does not care about employees
hand stacking cases of product (Former Employee) –  Pleasant Prairie, WIFebruary 22, 2017
Supervisors are a joke and the money they say you will make is a lie. Good money teucks are given to the supervisor's friends. They fire you for a disagreement with a supervisor without any write up.
Cons
Work ALL holidays No holiday pay
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great people
Freight Loader/ Unloader (Former Employee) –  Tipp City, OHJanuary 25, 2017
the day started with unloading trailers and separating the product for placement in the warehouse the crew were great people very helpful
Pros
great people
Cons
working in the cold
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Busy and heavy lifting but can be fun.
Frieght Handler (Former Employee) –  Phoenix, AZJanuary 12, 2017
it is busy and requires the ability to work under long hours. Also to work for free for some hours but the pay can be okay. You work 40-50 hours and it can be drooling but the work enviorment is nice.
Pros
can be benificially fun
Cons
long hours that can be unbeneficial
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Worst job I've ever had
Freight Handler (Former Employee) –  Jacksonville, FLJanuary 6, 2017
Very low pay for a lot of work, most of the time you're waiting on a truck to unload, which prolongs your day. You can't leave until ALL of the trucks are done, which some may show up later than they should.
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great place to work and grow.
Forklift Operator/Lead (Current Employee) –  Riverside, CAJanuary 3, 2017
New facility new equipment , the work environment there is very good. Not stressful unless you make it, very easy to catch on to the work strategies.
Pros
free lunches monthly.
Cons
good benefits
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Okay place
QA Billing Associate (Former Employee) –  Fuquay-Varina, NCDecember 14, 2016
Its a laid back environment, its more on the family type owned business side. It is not that much diversity. No place for advancement.
Pros
Employees are friendly, laid back enviroment
Cons
Not enough work to keep busy
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Good work experience
Head lead (Current Employee) –  Jacksonville, FLDecember 1, 2016
Its just a production based jod and calls for early hours. To late afternoon not much time for family but others than that it is a good work environment and has got me a lot of things that I am greatfull for other than that there is not much more I can say about this job
Pros
Lunch break
Cons
Early start time 3 am
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the pay is good
Freight Team Associate (Former Employee) –  Rochester, NYNovember 30, 2016
Rochester management location is bad. pay is good but everything else is horrible. They have a very bad turnover rate. There's not one employee who's been there for a year. They hire and fire fast. They have you working while you clocked out to be on lunch.
Pros
pay
Cons
everything else
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