Assist Production Coordinator, Line Operator, and Line Workers about bulk material availability. Ensure production data is recorded correctly (bulk Lbs. used). Learned how to perform any manufacturing position tasks as needed.
High velocity selector (Former Employee), Lawrenceville, GA – January 27, 2014
Pros: has a cafertia
Cons: no cons
Go in select and load and unload trucks. how to stack palets in a timeable manner. management was great.had a great team of coworkers. there was no hard part about publix.When me and coworkers would race t osee who get done with there work the quickest.
SIP Selector / Motor Driver (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – December 23, 2013
Pros: free lunch, christmas bonus, earn shares within the company towards stocks
My day would consist of either selecting or driving the forklift. Work was based on production. We would be given orders to place on pallets to loaded on the truck for store delivery. Management was always concern with the safety of everyone that worked there.
Warehouse Person (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – October 31, 2013
Pros: free lunch, receiving free stock, rewarded with safety luncheons
A typical work day begins with getting on the double jack and cleaning warehouse aisles. I also hauled pallets from the dock to aisles. I learned the importance of the quality of food. I worked in a "family" oriented atmosphere with management and co workers. The most enjoyable part of my job was working well with co workers and having the ability to – more... work well as a team and individual. – less
warehouse selector (Former Employee), Dacula, GA – October 23, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: short breaks, your body will breakdown eventually.
good pay if you don't mind some ups and downs here and their when you come and just be ready to expect the unexpected. management could be better I cant really say stayed in one department my two years but in those years I had 3 cool managers and I say they where cool and I don't come to work to play around or anything. raises yearly good benefits you – more... go get taxed a lot to.one major thing if you cant stay on you feet a long time bending and lifting and their are going to be day where you mind and body going to be saying no but you have to do you job regardless so that being and mind if your not a good stacker warehouse selector position is not for you better get some legos and practice. – less
SIP Selector (Former Employee), Dacula, GA – October 20, 2013
Pros: free lunches, overtime credit union
Typical day at work we usually clock in gather our ride, load up our t-2s take a 15 minute strecth and get ready to roll. Management makes sure everyday we consider our safety and accuracy threw every order. Also respecting one another and working as a team. Most co workers that cant perform at a rate myself can ask for help so i just slow down and – more... help them understand the methods of selecting stacking and wrapping. The hardest part of the job for me was the location at the time i was having transportation problems. The most enjoyable thing about the job is to watch as you grow from a rookie to a professional. – less
Warehouse selector (Former Employee), Davenport, Fl – September 3, 2013
I've never had a job that was better then this one, it was a very physical job so people would be extremly focused on their work and try to avoid as much problems as possible. The objective after safety is being a team player. I learned how to work a job that'll literally pushed your physical limit, we had to select items and put them on the back of – more... our pallets. Not only were some of these items heavy but we would have to finish the order within a certain time.Starting pay was 12.90$ but the faster you finish an order the higher the pay. So you could imagine some of the people who had been working there for awhile had the little tricks and shortcuts downpack, so some will be getting 25.00$ and up an hour. Pay was good, management was awesome, they really lived up to making it a comfortable work environment. – less