Pros: spot bonuses, little supervision
Cons: untested supervisors, horrible wms, no work/life balance
Supervisors are in or fresh out of training program. They have good ideas but no realistic way to implement them. They all had zero operations experience and don't know how to lead operators that are 10-20 years older than them. All management except for two managers, heard they fired ops manager for no reason at all, is from somewhere else in the company, mostly from southeast US. Many people came from other facilities to help but ran things like their operation then left. Nothing could ever get accomplished. Some visitors in particular liked to throw many people under the bus then lie about doing it. RF system used is horrible. You can tell they went with cheapest one. Working 10-12 hrs a day plus Saturdays was expected. If you didn't work a Saturday, it was frowned upon. All temps used and they didn't have a care about anything. More temps than company paid people. They damaged equipment, racking, stole stuff because it was expensive makeup and stuff that was shipped.