Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Hebron, KY – June 21, 2017
Very hard on your body and don't get a lot of personal time, but pays really good. Just don't have time to spend with friends or family really. Takes away your days because your sleeping during the day and working at night.
Data entry, 10key (Former Employee) – Goodyear, AZ – June 19, 2017
I learned a lot from this company. Management was laid back. It was fast paced but not hard to meet production. Had an awesome work place culture. There wasn't any thing hard about my job or other jobs in the warehouse.
OPERATIONS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Hebron, KY – June 17, 2017
One of those companies I would consider a stop gap. More of a location based problem. The company as a whole is pretty solid. Some locations are managed by people who are smart educationally, but leadership and people skills are lacking. Poor management hurts this location bad.
Senior Management. Lack of support for office staff.
stocker (Former Employee) – Kissimmee, FL – June 16, 2017
I started working as a forklift opt hauling product from receiving dock to assigned slots.Ialso stocked when needed,also learn to work in shipping and receiving.I truely enjoy working there.I became an equipment trainer and department trainer
Order Filler (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – June 12, 2017
You knew what time you went into work but never knew what time you got off. It didn't give you a work life balance i would be tired when it came to the weekends or a day off i had in the week where I just couldn't spend time with family because of getting off early mornings
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 12, 2017
They don't care about drivers. If you love your knees, I wouldnt even consider this job. Loaders in Houston are the worst. Loads not secured properly, always found pallets tipped over. Try sorting through 150-300 cases on trailer floor. And on top of that you have a certain time to deliver product. So don't waste your time.
Selector (Current Employee) – Temple, TX – June 11, 2017
The pay at McLane is great, unfortunately the department I'm in is very understaffed and over worked. In our last teammate meeting the president and staff were complaining about overtime, but if we had the staff we needed then we would be able to get done faster. A typical day at McLane consists of a start up meeting and then immediately getting to our stations and going to work. My shift starts at 2 pm, we take over for first shift and they are sent home. We are then left to complete whatever work is leftover before we are able to leave. The supervisor in my department has never been a selector, therefore he really doesn't fully understand our job that well. The hardest part of the job is really just being understaffed and having each individual carry a lot more work. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people in my department. I get along with everyone and they make the day easier to get through. All in all Mclane could be a very nice place to work if we had the right supervisors and the right number of people.
Pay, 30 minute lunch, good people
Understaffed, overworked, supervisors lack of experience
Typical day come in go to work. Learned about orders from different stores.Management was good. Workplace was not very friendly. Hardest part was that we use so much paper. Doing the job it self, Finding errors on the accounts and correcting account errors.
It was a long walk to the area where I was working
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Bentonville, AR – June 1, 2017
This is a great company with great benefits. They are family orientated and hold high values. This is a great atmosphere for anyone looking for career with advancement opportunities throughout the country.