Loader/ Unloader Lift Operator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 26, 2016
Kane is able was a good place to learn about different equipment as for as reach lift, fork lift. My co-workers younger ladies gentlemen's, but over all they were good people to work with. The hardest part of my job was learning the reach lift. My most enjoyable part of the job was unloading trucks.
coordinator (Former Employee) – Romeoville, IL – July 10, 2016
Great place to work. Got to work with a variety of people, got to be in charge of a variety of people. There were plenty of opportunity to advance in the company. Pay was great, benefits were good. Want to go back
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Taylor, PA – June 11, 2016
Management is clueless, most worker are constantly being suspended for making simple mistakes, benefits stink, was supposed to get 85 cent raise, only got 25, all shifts seem to be at war with one another, classic case of too many chiefs not enough Indians!! Will make you work mandatory overtime with no notice. You don't advance unless your a boss sucker, even then your not safe. Place cares nothing about its employees, management constantly pushing for more, then you get written up and suspended for making a mistake!! Total craphole!! Constant revolving door, hiring and firing employees.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Romeoville, IL – December 8, 2015
Management not caring about employees well being .. for example, on 12/7/2015 there was a gas leak due to the ceiling heater breaking down .. keep in mind this is a paper warehouse .. the entire warehouse smelled like gas .. management responce? .. to open dock doors and air warehouse out .. instead of evacuation or fixing problem right away .. they decided to open dock doors, bring cold air in, in a warehouse who's heater just broke down .. as of today 12/8/2015, warehouse no longer smells like gas, but we no longer have any heat and they show no urgency to get heater fixed ..
temp (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook , IL – November 18, 2015
An agency sent me to their dreadful "newer' Bolingbrook location. Once i got there i got a line leader (i use that term loosely) that admitted she hadnt done a warehouse job long at all and us temps soon learned we had more experience than her. For example: we all returned from our break on time, we walked to the opposite side of the building since that's where they had us, only to be told by her we're not ready yet we're still setting up go take another 15 minutes. We all took another 15 minutes we came back on time when it was time for lunch she informed us that she would only give us a 15 minute lunch since technically we had a 30 minute break already. We informed her that we didn't know it was going to be our lunch since nobody takes lunch at 2 hrs into their shift. and they don't have refrigerators in the building for anybody to bring any food so you have to take the long walk to your car anyway. By then your break time is up. she said if we made quota by 1 p.m. then she would give us a 30 minute lunch. If not we'd only get a 15 minute lunch! we informed her that wasn't legal. and it wasn't our fault she wasnt set up when we got back.and she had a BIG problem with that. so she decided to give us our 30 minute lunch. they don't run things right there and why does somebody like her get the job? I was so glad it was a one day project. Dont waste your time there.
poorly ran, inexperienced leads, 1 shared toliet on that side of the building
Lift Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Romeoville, IL – April 13, 2015
worked there 7 years, had 1st injury resulting in nerve damage because company saif i wasnt injured. management is a joke!! push employees to work harder faster resulting in management bonues abd extremely dangerous working enviornment. Lack luster to no training, turnover rate for all management positions and employee positions is like a waterfall. Constant mandation to work, last minute your working 12 hrs. didnt have a raise in 5yrs, but management did. your a employee number not a person. Finally had received a raise then they raised health care so you actually lost .5% pay. Give promotions to idiots rsther than to people who know whats going on. this place is a concentration camp not a career, save yourself and health dont bother!!
Driver Manager (Current Employee) – Scranton, PA – March 11, 2015
Mainly on the phone with driver issues from 8 to 5 Learned how to manage drivers in a professional and personal level to get them to complete the tasks we need Great co-workers easy to talk to The long weeks when needed to be on call for 55 plus hours on the weekend. My drivers