WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – DELANCO NEW JERSEY – June 6, 2015
I worked here from 98-2004, got really sick in august 2004 , if it wasn't for the insurance I had there when I was in hospital and nursing home and then out of work for two years. I don't know where we would be!!!. Probably be homeless. Just took ten years to get back.Only here for the summer. Just remembered how hot and sweaty and dirty I can get in here but I am looking forward to hot sweat and dirty all summer. Everyone here is the best from the top to the bottom of the bunch. And I ain"t young in age. We work together like a team... In fact we are the a-team from the time the first ones arrive to the last of us to leave for the day. I have learned thru many different jobs that I have had, there wasn't a placed I worked that the things most people complain about are the same everywhere. I didn't have a real distace for the employer or what I did. I just like what I do and still getting to service customers. Things change with the seasons. And that always keeps it interesting. And the customers are usually happy. I try to keep them that way. I am sorry for the associates that aren't happy to at least have a job, plenty of people need work.
DRIVER /WAREHOUSE (Former Employee) – CHARLOTTE NC – March 25, 2015
Do Your Research !! Company trucks are red flagged by DMV meaning they have too many violations !! Long HRS and they have a hard time providing proper paperwork or training !! Manager is young fresh out of college cocky kid !! Run DONT WALK AWAY !!
SOFTWARE ANALYST (Former Employee) – Covington, LA – September 21, 2014
A typical day of work involved development C# in Visual Studio and database management in SQL Server Management Studio. I occasionally had meetings with the team and management to present progress updates on projects.
I strengthened my C#, SQL, and ASP.NET web forms abilities. I built a web application for managing lists and user administration for list owners.
Management was excellent. There was clear communication of what was required of me and I felt valued for my contributions to the company.
My co-workers were a great group of developers and database administrators. I felt at home on the team and they each had positive mindsets.
The hardest part of the job was giving presentations. I was still developing my public speech skills at the time, but by the end of the summer, I demonstrated growth in public speech.
The most enjoyable part of the job was developing web applications and learning about Web 2.0. I worked to provide a rich user experience by updating content dynamically through web service calls.
Great company culture, great co-workers and employees. Difficult to meet unrealistic goals in budgeting and 'false' upper management's wanted goals. Hell of seasonal work, as your location earns a years worth of earnings in less than six monthes of the year.
culture, energy, local branches
upper management, unrealistic goals, no loyalty to lower staff