Inventory department goes unnoticed
Inventory Control Lift Driver (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 24, 2016
On a typical day at Innotrac, a third-party warehousing company, in the Inventory Control (IC) department, you'll count about 75 locations and make anywhere from 10-20 replenishments. You'll also have to "re-replenish" some of the picking locations because the pure numbers of production are pushed so much, much of the productivity isn't even true. They will also send people home early once they've reached their 40 hours because the company is so uptight about the money they spend, not realizing you have to invest money to make money.
But, they can get away with paying three or four dollars per hour less than the average warehouse because three-fourths of its employees are either temps or illegal immigrants who don't care how much they make as long as they get a paycheck. Then, when it comes to the busy seasons for certain clients, the management says we can ship triple the average weekly units per week on normal hours until the last minute; then they decide they need to eat the overtime and make employees work ridiculous hours (6am - almost midnight).
There is honestly no pros from what I've seen while working here.
The cons? Well, their 401(k) is worthless, matching only 10% of your first 1% (chipping in 10 cents for every $100 you put in).
This company has also been under investigation, supposedly, for not-so-legal stock trading.
Long story short: this company does not pay enough or have good enough benefits for it to be worth all the foolery that occurs.
Poor pay, bad 401(k), HIGH co-pays and deductibles, short lunches, far away from any restaurants or grocery stores