S Detroit Ave, Customer Advocate (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 31, 2017
The company isn't too bad itself. Pay is decent and the schedules are nice, but the management and supervisors play favourites. If you aren't one of their golden children they will try to make it difficult on you.
Support desk specialist (Former Employee) – Muskogee, OK – October 6, 2016
typical works days were easy i learned lot about office work in general while i was at ORS nasco management at ORS are very easy going and will work with you any way they can my co-workers at ors naaco were all amazing people to work with learning the trend system, but once i got the hang of it i suceeded very quickly helping customers with their problems and placing orders
Assistant Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Suwanee Ga – September 17, 2015
I cut my teeth in management while working my way up through the ranks at ORS Nasco. The upper management really took time to develop their home grown talent and I am forever grateful for that. Advancing in the company was a quick ride, especially since I was willing to relocate to Houston TX and Atlanta GA.
Customer Care Advocate (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 13, 2015
I never wanted to leave this company to be honest. I was hoping to make a career. As of late there have been 2 rounds of lay-offs. Those of us that did not get laid off had our hours cut. This company works harder and not smarter. Surely there are ways to streamline some of the processes. Compensation for the area is nice. I had good benefits and PTO plans a well.
IT Support Services (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 26, 2015
Somewhat scared for job security, but the managers have always been great. Unfortunately they have very little say in how their employees are compensated because there are no meritorious raises. There are yearly raises but they equate to little more than cost of living increases. Not much room to move up either unless you want to move to Chicago.
Product Information Specialist (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 22, 2015
I spent almost 5 years working for this company. It used to be an amazing place to work, full of amazing people and an awesome "culture" and atmosphere. Things have changed drastically in the past 18 months or so.
There's a few good people there, the customer's are great!
non-climate control production based wharehouse in Texas
Receiving Lead (Current Employee) – Grand Praire Tx – June 27, 2014
On a normal day i have to perform more than just my job functions. Management is un-appricative of employees who go above and beyond there normal daily functions Depsite the bad conditons all of the associates are very socaible with each other The hardest part about the job is dealing with the heat in the building The most enjoyable part of the job is the end of the shift
mid-level office (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – February 8, 2014
Not a great place to work, weird backwards culture. Mngt level probably have associate degrees at most. Do not follow up on suggestions, not interested in employee other than as a workers. Horrible human resource dept, provide no training, office bldg extremely old. People not overly friendly, very high turnover.
CORPORATE TRANSITION CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Whittier Ca – January 8, 2014
The company needs to look at the overall operations to effectively and efficiently distribute the product to their customer base. Productivity needs to increase by ways inventory management to better serve the customers.
Manager (Former Employee) – Middletown, PA – November 8, 2013
1) While a defined start/end time is stated, it is usually fluid in nature 2) Advancement opportunities were few 3) Management is often open to listening to employees 4) Turnover was probably the most difficult part of job 5) Best part of job was other employees often came to you with ideas, suggestions, concerns
Operations Manager (Really a Sup. or a Lead) (Former Employee) – GP, TX – July 12, 2013
Prepare to work 60hrs for a company who doesn't have clear direction. Training does not exist. You will have to call IT 5-8 times a day through out your 12 hr work day. HR and management are not consistent. VP and directors out of Tulsa, will curse at you and chew dip as they talk to you. You will be over worked and under payed. Before you take a job here make sure the title is not inflated. They will inflate a position title to encourage top recruits to apply but your position will actually be a lower grade. Don't get suckered in. The red flag should have been how dirty the building was and how they tried to sell you on the company in the interview instead of let you sell yourself to them. I could go on but you get the point they need leadership and not a bunch of good ol boys from the late 80's running the business that got grandfathered in to a position before USSCO purchased it.
Its a JOB
No "real" Bonus, long hrs, outdated WMS, weak IT support