Customer Care Advocate (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – April 26, 2017
Troxell taught me a lot of the logistics knowledge that I have. It was the first small company that I worked in. I definitely learned a lot as I had to do on the job training. It was a great test of my knowledge, how fat I could keep up and trusting within myself.
Sorter (Current Employee) – Commerce, CA – April 21, 2017
This is a tough job. I work in the overnight shift and that in itself is tough. Sometimes the management is difficult. People leave whenever they want to and managers won't do anything about it. Its a good place to work for a temporary time.
Guaranteed work everyday.
Tough hours and sometimes you can't leave early. Manfatory days even on your days off
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Milpitas, CA – April 11, 2017
I started working at Ontrac back in 2011. And I am grateful to be a part of the team. As a father of one & one on the way, it is difficult to find a job where they are flexible. They were aware about my sched. And were able to work around it. I come to work with a smile on my face and leave with a smile on my face.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – March 26, 2017
Way to much work for not enough money. You are overly worked, and they expect females to do very hard manual labor. When I got hired I was told I would just scan in the incoming packages but they had me do much much more . Not worth your time trust me .
Fast pace and fun work place with ping pong tables.
AM Sorter (Former Employee) – Sparks, NV – March 10, 2017
As a AM sorter you come in at 3am 5 days a week and you work on the "Black Belt" picking and sorting boxes based upon the zip code you are assigned. Due to very poor management and lack there of I had no choice but to resign after a year.
pay, early morning shift so you are off by noon and paid vacation.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – March 9, 2017
A typical day working for manpower depends on what company needs an expendable asset or extra hands. Depending on what company needs employees will determine what you learn and the majority of the time the company only needs you for a few weeks, while they look for actual employees to fill your spot. The hardest part of the job is actually having Manpower provide a reasonable job.
They really don't try to help you, and show very little intrest in you.
I was working 12-16 hrs shifts and I was doing a job of 3 I complained to my manager that I needed to be compensated for all the work I do and the branch manager said no, so I left because obviously I wasn't being appreciated for everything I was doing for the new young company
PACKAGE HANDLER (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – March 7, 2017
It wasn't a bad job in the beginning, I enjoyed going into work every night because the workers and management made it very comfortable when I first started working there, It was fullfilling environment. No complaints until the end when volume got very low and there was less work and less hours managment was very unsatisfying and the environment became poor and unorganized.
Detail-oriented with advanced leadership skills. Communicate effectively with others. Calm under pressure, work well in fast-paced
Sorter (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – March 2, 2017
It's was a great experience working there helped me expand my work ethics it was a work in a fast-paced company , It was an opportunity to use my knowledge and experience to help grow within the company