Pros: decent company, management is good
Cons: you must start through a temp company, only after so many hours, you can get hired on, what i hear is that around your 9 mth mark, they might hire you.no benefits. unstable hours
A morning meeting starts off the day, to give us some kind of ball park time we will be there, demonstration of what is needed and if any problems have came up, some future prospects about the upcoming work agenda for the month, week, day etc. We come in and get right into work restocking boxes, grabbing a tote, reading the order, taping up the correct size box, scoring the box if needed, making sure all the items are in the tote, then packing them into box. Ensure the the mailing label is on the box in the correct area. Management is there is you need them and are very good to converse with, they will work with you through any problem. The co- workers are primarily good with your occasional bad apples that like to stir things up, I just like to stay out of all of that, I just like to come in and do my work and go home.The hardest part of this job is never knowing how much you will work in a week, the hours are not consistent, because it is a volume based company, so if they run out of work, they just tell us to go home and some of the totes can be heavy so if you get rotated to the end of the line and you are there for most of the week you get really wore out because the people at the beginning of the line take the lighter totes leaving you with the heavy stuff. I enjoy the job, because the steady-fast pace of it makes the day go by pretty quick- though the quota can wear you out, especially be the end of the week.