Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Pasadena, TX – March 22, 2013
Go in at 8 o'clock. Have a team meeting for encouragement and helpful tips on selling product. Then go out in the company truck and sell the product. Hardest part for me was that it was out of the way and traffic is ridiculous in Houston. Most enjoyable would be working with people
Associate (Former Employee), winder,ga – March 4, 2013
a job i trully loved great people and i stayed busy all the time never had time to get fat at this place it was run run run all day and night but in a fun way management was pretty good here to if you had an issue and addressed it to the right person the issue would be resolved within a timely manner over a good place to work for me
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Ontario, CA – November 2, 2012
Pros: peaceful and calm enviorment
Cons: didnt last long
This was my first job in a warehouse. Did not last too long. About a few months from the end of 2006, beginning 2007. I would come in and unload trailers on pallets, then wrap them up, and finally, bring them to a designated area. The workplace was very small. In our shift there was only about 5-10 guys, that I can remember. Management was fair. Easy – more... hours and weeks. – less
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), boolingbrook IL – October 12, 2012
Pros: double time in a half
mostly i would be on my forklift,palletjacks etc the etire day . we work seperatly but we all got along. managment made us all feel the same no person was bigger than anyone else no hard parts really day went smooth . i enjoyed getting up everyday going to work
Operator (Current Employee), Plainfield, IN – August 18, 2012
Pros: company lunches and the great benefit package.
Cons: long hours and sometimes no days off for weeks.
My work day involves loading and unloading products and storing them in various designated areas within the warehouse. also the process of loading trucks is in a way being an order picker utilizing forklifts to reach products which are stored on shelves roughly 20 to 30 ft in the air on rolling skid platforms. I have learned alot from this company and – more... always learn new things everyday as products and vendors change. My co-workers are great, encouraging and fun to work with and are always willing to lend a helping hand during "crunch-time". The hardest part of the job would probably the long hours ranging from 12 to 15 hours a day, in return the upside to that is the very big paychecks that reward your committment and sacrifices for the company. – less