Builder (Current Employee) – McCarran, NV – October 27, 2017
I really enjoy building for this company. As any company has it's hiccups, propak does as well. Sometimes things don't go as planned but together throughout the warehouse every goal is accomplished. The community and care from management shows amongst it's employees.
Very new and clean and to mention safe warehouse environment.
Skilled Tradesman (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 4, 2017
No paid holidays. If you notice the reviews the goods one are people in management or corporate office. The labor jobs are treated like they are a dime a dozen. Their hiring practice is . if your paper work passes ADP you're hired. If not come back with better paper work. Knew it was a temp job from start when we had a holiday off and nobody told me. It wasn't paid either.
Propak is a cool place to work for I like building pallets and the pays pretty decent if u know how to move only bad experience I've ever had with management is through the Propak in reno the management is poor treat their employees unfair and safety is another big concern almost been ran over several times by the poor forklift drivers and another thing makes sure write everything down that u build or they won't pay you right
Maintenance Manager/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mira Loma, CA – February 8, 2017
Fast paced work environment with a lot of room for advancement. Will give you as much overtime as you can handle.if you're not afraid of hard work and looking for somewhere to advance this is the place to go.
Sorter (Current Employee) – Red Bluff, CA – December 19, 2016
The team leader thinks he owns your soul and the Manger is like his little minion, allowing this team leader to be the tyrant he is. Don't even think about complaining about this verbally abusive team leader because that only makes things worst for you. There is not a single person that you can talk to about trying to improve your situation. Do yourself a favor and get a different job.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Tremonton, UT – November 6, 2016
Lifting pallets can get tired some but the forklift driver helps alot ..after a while they will train you on the forklift.And the work starts to get easier.sorting pallets is a work out light one its not a hard job.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Hermiston, OR – September 19, 2016
Propak was very quick paced and a little undrepaid for the labour. Overall a nice job with opportunities for overtime. Long shifts and awkward hours depending on the shift. You are also in Walmarts warehouse.
Driver (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – August 3, 2016
I'm hourly and I do get paid holiday and PTO also have medical. So if your going to wright a review don't lie to people. You want hours and make good money here a place for you if your lazy don't bother.
Poor training, high expectations, holds out on pay
Pallet Builder (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 19, 2016
The training consisted of shadowing several guys with each having their own interpretation on the quality standards for the pallets. Gave new hires the worst pallets with the expectations of building at the same rate as seasoned employees. The organization was a joke, didn't receive the safety tutorial until 3 weeks after I was hired and already working in the warehouse. Did not pay me for my last week of work. Avoid this company.
Fork Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 11, 2016
Worked there as a forklift driver for about a year and a half and mostly liked it. The pay was OK but nothing great. I was making $13 an hour which was enough for beer money and to pay my car note so I can't really complain. Had to occasionally work overtime on Saturdays which is the reason I left. The supervisor was pretty easy to communicate with, it seems that he actually cared about his people. The former supervisor was horrible, would not even resolve employee complaints. Overall a decent company but not a career job.
The job wasn't hard.just standing in one spot all day.basically the job is folding auto parts crates and stacking them up.super easy and super boring.they say its not a quota but that's a lie.if u do X amount one day they expect you to do more then next day and so on.this is a job for a person that needs some income to help make ends meet until a better opportunity comes or supplemental income.fair pay for the work you do not enough maintain a household.
standing all day on concrete with work boots, boring, no advancement opportunities
fo (Former Employee) – Grantsville, UT – March 29, 2016
I worked there for one month and during that time I was getting 34-36hr a week the insurance was very expensive and 75% of the employee's did drugs Walmart employees looked down on propak probably because of the culture and history of drug use by the employees. The past sucks and the work is unsafe. I'm sure 95% of the employees don't realize the health risks due to the pesticide's they spray all over the pallets.