Warehouse Associate (Former Employee), Bethlehem, PA – June 12, 2013
I would show up to work,go to my dock and start picking my products that i need to start off the truck. The workers were okay but a lot of fooling around and the managers really didn't care.Hardest thing was to get the attention of a boss and definitely rewarding when time to go home.
Loader (Former Employee), Bethlehem, PA – May 26, 2013
Pros: they hired me, alot of overtime, 2nd shift
Cons: very physical with little pay, no incentive to work faster
Working as a Loader. The job can be a very physical workout if you want it to be. There are ways to make it easier. manually lifting door slabs, pushing/guiding doors, and lifting columns onto the trucks from docks 50ft. Reports are supposed to be written by workers (excuses) of why the job took so long and to blame other departments. Basically everyone – more... is blaming each other for wrong doings. No chance for advancement, pay raise is little, and performance based on production time rather than whats on the dock. Great starting position for entry level. No advancement. I would have stayed with company if they payed more money, at least 3 dollars more. – less
Indentured Servitude and total disregard for employee contributions.
Door Assembly (Former Employee), Bethlehem, PA – May 24, 2013
Pros: above average starting pay
Cons: never give raises, mandate hours and penalties
Manipulative corporate attitude to use warehouse employees as human robots pushed to limits with immediate overtime demands (no prior notice) countered by no-work(or pay) days to prevent paying overtime within the same week. Points system manipulated to control worker behavior and deny benefits to those who speak out. No ability to advance or acquire – more... new skills; company only wants those that will accept erratic work hours, no raises and bend to company mandates without question. They are forced to use temp workers in many cases because of high turnover - do not apply here. – less
Office worker (Former Employee), Smithfield, RI – May 14, 2013
Pros: there aren't any.
Cons: way too many to list
Management was very unprofessional from the corporate office down to the individual locations. Very corporate as they do NOT care about the employee no matter how much they tell you they do. Overworked and underpaid, no consistency in policies, which by the way, are completely ridiculous. Morale is non existent because of the high demands they continually – more... put on employees. – less
Excellent company to work for & represent full time.
Account representative (Current Employee), Providence,Rhode Island branch – November 28, 2012
Pros: i'm trusted to do my job to the best of my ability.
Cons: in this economy, i'm thankful to be employed.no complaints.
Each day is challenging and rewarding.I get to think and make decisions on my own.Management is great.We all have a common goal and that is success in today's marketplace.The hardest part of the job is dealing with the occasional customer with a difficult personality.For the most part the work is rewarding and enjoyable.It takes experience and maturity – more... to appreciate the opportunities that Reeb has to offer. – less
Customer service (Former Employee), Bethlehem PA – November 13, 2012
Pros: weekends off
Cons: just about everything else
Customer sevice reps did everything! Management was not helpful. Worked there for 4 yrs. Co workers were nasty and unwilling to help.Wouldn't let you transfer to a different dept.Typical day consisted of answering phones, taking orders and doing everythig else except sweeping the floor.
National Account Representative (REEB, Bethlehem (Former Employee), Mocksville, NC – September 10, 2012
Pros: making new friends, experiences
Cons: warranty complaints
A typical day would consist of checking daily log and budgets, call customer and follow up on orders and possible jobs that may be in the process. easy and fun going co-workers.Most enjoyable part of the day is interacting with customers and closing sales.
Loader Operator (Former Employee), Liverpool, NY – August 27, 2012
Pros: it was a amazing workout.
Cons: short breaks, alot had to be accomplished.
I truly enjoyed this job, I had the opportunity to work with my hands and work with management to achieve whatever needed to be done. The management for this position is great. He looked out for his employee's and made sure we were always treated fairly. I got along great with my coworkers they all were a solid group to work with. The would have to – more... say the most enjoyable part of this job was the ability to work with my hands. – less