didn't work there long but I I learned a lot while I was there like in receiving I learned how many items should go in a tote so it wont be so heavy for put away, keep all sizes together which goes in tote by itslef
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – June 20, 2017
Integrity Staffing is a great company to work for great schedule, pay rates, and benefits. The company make sure that they find a match that's perfect or close to perfect to fit your work history background.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 19, 2017
Working for integrity was hard work, absolutely. More than likely they will pair you with Amazon.com warehouses. The amount of pay you get could definitely be better and the work is hard for long hours and you will get reprimanded for doing less than outstanding work. Very easy going on attendance compared to other companies however, it is best to make almost perfect attendance otherwise you kiss any chance of being hired onto a company full time goodbye.
Sufficient pay, easy going on attendance.
Hard work, long hours, and virtually no job security.
Amazon Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Virginia – June 17, 2017
A typical day consist of scanning items from the truck to go into the racks, I don't have a problem with management, I am always on task. I consider myself to be a team leader and help out where help is needed. As we enter into the slow season, the hardest part of my job is not getting my full weekly hours, but I sincerely enjoy working with my co-workers to get production
Great for kid with absolutely no experience. You learn basic skills, like customer service, cleaning and extras like operating rides(did your first job let you do that???) Fun environment, that let a 16 year old like I was work only on the weekends when I could get a ride there when I wasn't in school.
Warehouse company with long hours with nothing to do sometimes.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 15, 2017
First time working at a warehouse. 12 hours of standing in shipping and waiting for boxes to come down the belt to load them in the trucks. Most of the days were slow and other times they were busy. Did not like waking up at 4 in the morning to get there and find out that they don't need more people to work there.
short break, standing around with nothing to do at times.
Picker (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 13, 2017
I worked at an Amazon fulfillment Center. You clock in, race for a good scanner with full battery, stretch for a couple of minutes, and start picking customers orders. Its a very productive fast pace environment. Music plays from the speakers to keep us motivated. Co-workers are kind, new workers are timid at first. Hours of walking can be the hardest part on your body.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 13, 2017
It is a nice place to work. The recruiters are nice and very helpful. They try there best to make working with them as comfortable as they can. If you come to work and work hard they will roll you over permanent.
typical day at work would be staying cool I learned to work with speed management was fun workplace culture overall nice The hardest part of the job was to stand for lond periods of time The most enjoyable part of the job was to go to lunch and then home
They are very motivated employer and willing to assist.
Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) – Whitestown, IN – June 10, 2017
I worked for this company as a temporary employee at the Amazon warehouse. They provided employees inside the building that we could talk to at any time. Also provided us with surprises during the 12 days leading up to Christmas. I loved seeing the new items, and also had no difficulty packaging them for UPS shipment. I would have stayed longer at this job if it was closed than 58 miles from my home.