No advancement and everyone who did get a job got there by knowing someone and kissing butt not by merit. was one rule for some people and another for someone else. Also racist they didn't like any people of colour there only white or mexican could go there all others stay back.
very physical and you need to bust your butt to keep up. They run by minutes so everything you do counts. If your not scared of hard and physical work then this is for you. Unfortunately for my I had other issues to deal with.
Clerk (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – July 19, 2017
With the company breaking rank and bringing in green younger management from other supply chain companies the environment has changed drastically. Importance on job/life balance has flown out the window and bottom line is now the holy grail. Management has taken on a micro management approach leaving little room for respect of each other let alone the warehouse personnel. Focus has shifted from "What you do to help" to "What you don't do" leaving an extremely low moral amongst 600+ employees.
picker/selector 2 (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 17, 2017
a typical day started at 3am which was really annoying. I learned how to work in a factory settings. Management always pinned someone out they didnt like. The hardest part of the job were management always keeping track of your rates. The Enjoyable part was some of the people.
free lunches and weekends off
mangement and there rates for picking were way to high
Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Carneys Point, NJ – July 17, 2017
Whether you will be happy or not at this workplace depends on what job you do as well as what shift you work. Lack of discipline makes it very common for workers to slack off causing issues among the workers who actually work. A company of the modern day where its impossible to get fired regardless how bad an employee you are which makes it a bad environment for good skilled workers who put forth effort.
Selector IV (Current Employee) – Battleboro, NC – July 16, 2017
Don't recommend this job to anyone. Company been in business for years, but can't decide if you can get off work at a decent time. Expect you to work 14 hours for example, then turn right back around the next day and do 12. Not your typical job.
Don't know when you get off. Working all night long, Paid biweekly.
Management/Lead (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 15, 2017
It's all about the management. As they go, so does the company. The particular place I was at was just stressful. The upper management placed unrealistic demands on their employees and make the workplace stifling. They never came to the warehouse except to stir up confusion and pit supervisor's against employees. The warehouse manager is unqualified for the position. The individual has no knowledge of what to do in the event that person was the only one that had to run the day to day operations. The WM just stays in their office and dictates and delegates and is never held accountable for anything. And don't even think about going to HR. They really need to rethink their strategy if they are serious about retention.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Racine, WI – July 10, 2017
It is a fast paced place to work. Hard job, heavy lifting and very fast paced. Sometimes it was hard to get others to work with you. But as long as you keep up with you work then you will do juts fine.
Nice pay rate
Sometimes others did not want to work well wiht you
Driver (Former Employee) – Lewisville, TX – July 9, 2017
I've never worked anywhere that cared less about drivers than the MBM (McLane subsidiary) facility in Lewsiville. Yes, you can make money. But I made roughly the same at my next job, which was a far better environment.