Cons: Can be long hours during times of year, Warehouse environment (hot/cold)
Propak has been making some management changes at all levels of the company recently. I personally have enjoyed my time working with the company. Upper management has always followed through on things we have talked about. Usually in a quicker timeline than I expected. I have hired many people to help bring us to the "next level". Some of these were outside people, but some were internal candidates that showed they were capable of stepping up to take more responsibility in line with the company goals. The corporate office staff to include Accounting, Admin, HR, and IT are all very helpful and there has been a definitive shift with these departments taking on the support role for Operations. Very pleased overall.
I have seen some of the negative reviews on this site, and honestly, I know where some of them are coming from. What I will say is this: The company will reward those who work hard and do the right thing. Those that are not working for the betterment of their team or the company will not do well working for this company. The wages paid in all the locations are above minimum wage in each state even for those who are paid incentive and lose that part of that incentive for failed quality audits.
Propak is still a smaller sized private company. That being said, the people that do well in the company are those that are motivated more by business challenges than someone that is looking for a huge salary. While the pay is not completely out of line with the market, it is not the highest paying job you could find.