Very productive warehouse. Lots of open experience including general labor, order picking, replenishing, receiving, invetory, leadership, management
Team lead (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – May 21, 2014
Majority work flow was based upon material handling as in receiving, replenishment's, order picking, and dock work. Company is organized with a protrack system in which monitors an employees performance to base upon there monthly bonus.Open opportunity year round for leader ship and management. Enjoyable part had to be the friendly environment in which made work flow much easier.
Warehouse Operator (Current Employee) – Fife, WA – September 27, 2016
If only they are not relocate from fife to sumner, sumner to lacey, I would gladly work here for the rest of my life. It's because of the good teamwork and leadership as well as the benefits that the company offers.
Warehouse (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – September 26, 2016
First this company is a great company but the miami branch manegement is horrible all they do is play ping pong and give you errors to take away your bonus the more people that come in the more they leave not recomemded
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – September 16, 2016
A typical day at medline is to work as hard and fast as possible while making zero errors or you will lose your bonus. Management only cares about getting branch of the year so they can get a fat bonus and all you will receive is a t-shirt.
OPX OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – September 2, 2016
my day starts off at 5am and once im in the building i go get my forlklft head to back for our stand up meeting.After the meeting i start my day and work.My job is very productive and clam place to work at.
free lunchs, bouns, and discount on different stuff
breaks are short think lunch should be at least 45 to hr.
Prime Vendor Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 19, 2016
The company is a family owned and operated, they interact with their employees. It was a great experience working for them. My manager was fair and treated the team like they were part of her family. Everyone works as a team to accomplish the goal.
Medical Records Clerk (Current Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – August 13, 2016
The work is challenging, love working with my co-workers. Very long hours, I liked to work a lot of over time. Over all i need to be at home more with my daughter. 12 hour shifts 5 days a week is to much time away from home. being a single father. Love working hard
Productive with 10 hours of standing work with no break
WARE HOUSE PACKERr,receiver,assembler, (Current Employee) – Mundelein, IL – August 10, 2016
Nice staffing,team players,less salary and more work.Good supervisor and hard working employees, hardest part of the job was completely standing for 10 hours without any break. Enjoyable part of the job was co workers were team players
Warehouse Operations (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – July 12, 2016
Good enough but management lacks communication on important issues.If you have a question for HR they cant help you, its either they give you a number to call or "send an email" and you never hear about it again.
overtime and raises
Poor communication and lack of knowledge of procedures from management.
Medline is a big distribution center for the medical industry. It's basically a typical warehouse job with a few characteristics that sets it apart from other more laid back warehouse operations. As a picker your typical day will consist of picking product, from different zones with different equipment, and dropping at bay doors. No wrapping of pallets. As a loader your day will consist of consolidating the orders picked from the different zones and load them in trucks. Some picker zones require you to be on your feet through your shift. The most enjoyable part of the job is since it's fast paced, the time seems to fly. The hardest part of the job is the mental drain of dealing with their voice system and their time management which is embedded into the voice system. You'll be required to login even at dock doors, and your time will be measured. They have a point system based on percentages which can generate a generous bonus at the end of the month, or, for monthly performance reviews. Your performance is pretty much measured in seconds. Co-workers morale can vary. You don't know the time of end of day, they do a pretty good job of calculating overtime, but absences can impact the workday. They have really good benefits. They seem to be short-staffed most of the time, which guarantee OT most of the time.
Benefits, bonuses based on performance.
Time management, Voice system, Monthly performance reviews, kind of a revolving door job.