Not a good place if you need a work/life balance
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Kent, WA – October 20, 2017
There is to much favoritism in the facility to make it a good place to work. The communication in the facility is very lacking, unless you're part of the 'favored few'. If you're one of the few that has friends in management, then you reap the benefits of knowing what is or isn't going on, the better options for the schedule when it comes to work/life balance. If you aren't in the 'favorites', then you end up with a schedule that constantly changes without notice, issues that management overlooks, and lot of missed information unless you take the time to ask everyone. From that most of the employees have zero respect for the managers or supervisors, but that goes both ways.
work/life balance, lack of communication