No tile just a worker (Current Employee), Buffalo, NY – August 27, 2014
Pros: its a job with a pay check
Cons: management is out of touch with reality
A typical day consist of being over worked and under appreciated. No information is shared on how the company is doing but the workers are clear on the negative impacts. If your thick skinned you can go far but if not you will join the long list of turn over employees.
You need to add that the building doesn't have heat in the winter and no ac in the summer. all of our hours and benefits are cut and raises canceled. everyone is looking for obs someplace else.
Job Work/Life Balance
Small buisiness, has nice personal touch
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – October 24, 2013
Pros: good personal balance
Cons: small buisiness, growth is limited
This is a good job for balance of work and personal life. My duties were record and log incoming shipments, and prepare outgoing shipments. Managing warehouse inventory. General janitorial and maintenance work.
eBay lister/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – December 10, 2012
Pros: great people to work with alot of eating parties!
Cons: not a great health care plan and not much room for advancement.
I handled a eBay store website for a textile company. I processed the payments, took ebay orders over the phone, listed all the items on the site, was responsible for the way site looked, researched pricing for products, listed a detail description of products, quotes shipping costs along with emails and just the general upkeep of the site. I also worked – more... as a customer service representative for the company, taking orders via phone, email or fax, talking to vendors regarding products, embroidery and heatpress specials and editing/creating customer accounts. We were also required to log our daily tasks and followed a daily schedule. This helped us stay on track and made less room for errors.
Our customer service team was awesome. We worked great together always looking out for one another.
The hardest part of the job was leaving. I liked my position but the company and I did not have the same direction. – less