General Laborer (Current Employee) – Auburn, WA – March 16, 2017
Typical warehouse work depending on the needs of the warehouse you can do any variety of duties from shipping to picking and packaging product. not much room for advancement as a lot of seasonal work is taken through them
Nice working environment with good management. I learned a lot working there for the year that I was there, and would not trade it for anything. I believe I not only matured in a business sense, but also gained some valuable career experience while working there that I will take with me to my next career venture.
Buyer (Current Employee) – Olathe, KS – January 12, 2016
Family owned and operated business with way too many family and friends. If anything goes wrong or needs to be done, they will not expect family or friends to be a part. However, any fun or extra curricular activities and yep, you guessed it - friends and family, all aboard! Their account/family/supervisor will actually stand in the middle of the office and scream/yell/belittle you or our customers. Whatever pay you manage to get when you are hired - is what you will be stuck with forever. There is a promise of a yearly bonus! Oh, they waive that like a carrot, but when the time comes, well, we just didn't quite do well enough for a bonus or we made this tiny little bonus. The only other benefit is the company pays 90% of your insurance premium. Good luck if you have other family members though. And the insurance is not very good. Bare minimum holidays and PTO.
District Manager - Chicago (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 15, 2013
This business is operated by its founder who has taken it about as far as he can without adopting new methods and approaches. In the sales area there is a very defined way of doing things which is spend no money, don't advertise or promote and business will still come in the door.