Heavy lifter/ Sanitation worker (Former Employee) – Brunswick, GA – June 10, 2017
A great place to work. Gave me much needed work ethic.Enjoyed the family like atmosphere.Also had great supervisor on every shift.They do a very good job making everyone feel appreciated no matter the position/title.
Line Leader (Former Employee) – Morristown, TN – April 9, 2016
I liked the job, just wanted to go back to school so I could pursue my dream in information tech. Rich's was really easy and the workers all pulled together if someone needed help which I thought was a plus. The management was really great.
free DollyWood tickets
short breaks and alot of the workers only spoke spanish
Rich's has room to improve but they are just an average company. They need improvement in applying the rules they have set. For example they need to enforce their rules about not talking on the phone and doing your job. People are doing other people's work because no one is doing anything about it. There are others but that is just one. Everyone has had jobs where the same things happen so I doubt I need to list them.
A typical day is waiting to be call a week before or days before to perform your job duties because you are hired as temporary. It supplements the income but is not enough for my livelehood. I have been applying for more upper level job position such as ful-time or part-time that meets my skills and abilities. The co-worker and management are great., but there are only so many hours you ca work per week or day. The hardest part of this jopb is not knowing when your next work day will be and the amount of hours that you didn't fulfill for that pay period. The most likeable part, is knowing that you do have at least a job to go to.
I got to work and learn a new job that has helped me in many other jobs since then. My master electrician became one of my closest friends and is a mentor in other areas of my life. The hardest part of the job was the heat when working in attics during the summer months.
Warehouse (Former Employee) – New Britain, CT – January 30, 2014
Well what i do is go in the freezer put on my snow suite and hat/ gloves. And go in out from the locker room pack up the ice cream cake in the boxes and stack the boxes on the pallet. Or some days I may unload or load up the trucks.
Hours vary and are unreasonable during the Holiday Season. The upper management is invisible.The Department Managers run around "like chickens with their heads cut off" because they are overworked. Almost everyone is part-time becuase the company doesn't want to pay benefits.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Morrow, GA – October 18, 2012
I love it here ..I work only seasonal .. I think it was during Christmas. I absoultely love the place. Some days would be slow and boring. What I enjoy most is the people I encounter. I work at the Fragrance Department. So yes I smell perfume and spray them all day. At the end of my shift..my nose would be so sniffy from the perfume. I enjoy the women that I worked with. They all help and educated me with all the different types of perfume. I actually did a pretty good job with the sales. Something I learn about myself was I could convince people to purchase whatever I show them.