You start as a temp to hire. If your numbers are good and you show up to work they will hire you permanent as long as it's busy enough.
Once hired you receive a very generous 15 paid days off. You'll need it.
Working in the warehouse area you will be extremely busy. You are basically self managed by the need to meet expected goals/numbers.
Not impossible to get close to the goals, but it is at times more challenging due to numerous small orders.
Management has changed quite a bit in the last 6 to 12 months. It seems everyone is talking about the company being sold (while no one has come out and verified that rumor). There are fewer employees, less management, an incredible increase in incoming work and seemingly less enthusiasm overall from employees.
We just finished what had to be a record quarter. Without any acknowledgement or pat on the back. We used to receive donuts and pizza on a pretty good basis as a thank you, but that seems to have been cut as well.
There was a time about a year ago that they were doing quarterly employee reviews, but i haven't had one now for over a year.
Raises are few and far between. I have heard 2 people got one in the last year. 50 cents.
The hours are good. However they don't have any part time positions.
Overall there is a pretty regular turnover to mix with the long term employees that seem to be stuck or just holding on.
If you need a job now, take this one but don't stop looking for better. 10 bucks an hour.
Monotonous work. Rare to find someone that talks or is excited to be there.