Cant say would put me on the spot (Current Employee) – Pittston, PA – May 14, 2017
It's a new building launch so it's not bad but not good either. Understaffed running only 1 shift hiring all rookies so works not getting done properly. Good ppl just no skills but can be developed. Overall still to early for an accurate review so I'll update later
1 paid 30min lunch no other breaks, managers have no experience, equipment operators have no experience
Quality Control Inspector / packer (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – September 7, 2017
Romarklogistic nice place to work I really what I use to. Do and live it I use to enjoy my job and I work with really nice people and temp quality was really nice job to work with and production lead and packer
Awesome place to work. Friendly people and drivers. Gating in and out the drivers was very fast and inventory stayed accurate. The hours were the only thing I had a struggle with due to me having to be home with my daughter by 5pm
Great money if you can handle the stress & never having a day off!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – August 8, 2017
The start up meeting was conducted in spanish, and there are absolutely NO safety standards or safety rules enforced. Management disagrees about everything and appear highly unorganized. You are assigned one area/ job expectation and are expected to do the work of three. Associates are stressed and express anger which is common place and not at all addressed or punished. It is not uncommon to work 21+ days without a day off for forklift drivers.
Great money/ overtime opportunities
One 30 minute break lunch/ no notice for overtime/ stressful environment
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Pittston, PA – July 18, 2017
Very hostile demand with no benefits or perks. Expect you to work 7 days a week or threaten to terminate you. The HR lady in Pittston is clueless on how to operate & is always leaveing suprised shes still employed.
Packing and Shipping (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – April 25, 2017
Un dia tipico de trabajo muy cansado aprendi diferentes tipos de empaque, muy buenos compañeros, la parte ms dificil es cuando estas acostumbrado a un puesto de trabajo y nde repente te cambian a otro, lo que mas me gusto es los diferentes trabajos de empaque que tiene hay
Say their highly on there employees, But has a number system that is not right and is use to cheat employee out of getting an raise.. When the system tell a employee on the percentage needed and the Supervisors grade the employees on a different system and so when it time for evaluation the employees automate looses.. the real of the supervisors running the warehouse is unorganized, nonchalance and makes mandatory demands to employees to work 7 days a week up to 6-7 months with no time off.. Doesn't give breaks only 30 minutes lunch break unless you working 12 hours that day and u only allow 10 minutes. .Everything you do as an employee count against your productive. Employees has to work against the % count and to keep a higher % the employee destroys produce consistently..i
fast paced job start of day is order picking by hand then full skid quantities after that. learned how to be a faster lift operator. co workers are usually bunch of jokers hardest part of the job is the extremely long hours
only 1 20 minute break no matter how long your work day is
Office Clerk (Current Employee) – Hazleton, PA – February 11, 2016
This isn't a company that rewards achievements or good employees. Management makes an uneasy environment and displays favoritism and hypocrisy. Very unhappy here and seeking something permanent as they've kept me as a temp.
Their site in Lancaster, TX is a great place to work.
freight line co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Lancaster, TX – April 27, 2015
A typical day would start with morning meeting where job assignments were handed out. A member of the safety comity would lead about ten minutes of stretch exercises. Then every one would see to their assigned duties. You worked straight thru to lunch, which was 30 minutes. Then went back to finish your 10 or 12 hour shift. Management was very strict about cell phones not allowed on the floor. They were also very strict about keep working, production.For the most part, it was a great place to work as long as you were available six days a week and kept your production up.
Positive managers, for the most part. They would give lunches when we made projected goals.