Interline Brands is a company that is currently branching over and merging with Home Depot so it has priciples in which it developing day by day. It has a great group of employees that work hard and get through there days good or bad. It has its ups and downs but for the most part its a pretty easy job mainly because of your coworkers, but its pretty managable.
Contact Center Representative (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 23, 2017
Very unprofessional, many under 25 years of age , compare it to Alorica and say that it is much better. Sadly far too many standardized training basics. Although training has gotten better it still is in need of much work. A few have walked out while still in or fresh out of training.
Receiving Associate (Current Employee) – Levittown, PA – June 23, 2017
very unsafe place to work and the management are not understanding ,way to strict and the power equipment there is garbage i was written up cause i called out for my child birth also was told don't bother learning cause ill never move up
Janitor/picker/loader/unloader (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – May 28, 2017
my day would start with my picking and end with me loading trucks when everybody else got to go home i learned how to use every machine in the building management was not good at all they just use you as long as they can the culture was good hardest part was you never had a set time off the most enjoyable part i love working with my crew
It's a good job a lot of work, management could be better, over a simple job with simple order pulling all night every night
Picker Operator/ Voice-picking / Restock / QC (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 25, 2017
Interline Brands is an order pulling / restocking distribution warehouse and it has good benefits but management could be better, but other than that it was alright until Home Depot bought the company.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – May 18, 2017
Very customer service oriented company. A lot of long term employees. The management in my expierence wad very loyal to past employees and would rehire them when able. There was a huge restructuring in the last 2yrs so I'm not actually aware of the current status.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Tennessee – March 18, 2017
The work itself is easy however the inconsistencies with management as far them assisting there employees due to people calling out or leaving early ( which happened everyday) because were working 11 to 12 hours a day after being told almost each day that were not as well as the issues with certain people in management as far as the way they delegate tasks which at times seemed unprofessional and just plain rude, is the reason why I left because its not the type of work atmosphere I want.
The pay and the work
Managment, the long hours, and the way it was being operated.
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Tukwila, WA – February 20, 2017
This warehouse is a well run machine. The Supervisors are in touch and hands on with everything. The processes are efficient. Employee benefits are great. Culture is warehouse friendly. Safety is huge! You have to work fast but always pay attention because there are a lot of ways to get hurt. It is physically demanding and challenging, which means you will get a good workout.
Strategic Account Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – February 10, 2017
When I get into work there is usually a large display of snacks from everyone to share. The people are always friendly and willing to help you learn. I would say the hardest part of the job is making sure the customer is satisfied.
Basic warehouse operations not very challenging. The work place was very dark do to all the turn overs on management and warehouse personnel. The most enjoyable part of the job was when we traveled to conduct an inventory for branches in other states.