Production Worker (Former Employee) – Sparks, NV – April 29, 2016
Facility is great. They need to work on the management skills. Owner should do survey among employees directly since majority of employees are scared to speak up for their own job security. Favoritism is rampant. Benefits are good but compensation wise a lot more other industries pay better
Light labor, not taxing, nearly impossible standards, but with decent hours and pay.
Order Processor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 24, 2016
Once you clock in, standard procedure is to obtain your cart with your supplies, obtain an order or order(s) to fufill by retrieving them from various locations in the warehouse with 99% accuracy and a speed of 35 lines per hour.
Free coffee available throughout the workday.
Get cut if you fall under the 99% accuracy or 35 line per hour benchmarks.
Account Executive for northwest clothing manufacturer
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Issaquah, WA – February 11, 2016
I worked as an account executive/customer service rep. SanMar sells blank goods such as t-shirts, jackets, caps, sweatshirts and polos to companies that embroider or screen print them for schools, events, organizations and employers. This was business to business sales, promoted through catalogs, the outside sales reps and the larger accounts working with an assigned account executive. I promoted new product and grew sales, managed 100 personal accounts and achieved quarterly bonuses for sales growth. I was a telecommuter for about 3 1/2 of my 4 1/2 years of employment. I spoke to most of my accounts on a daily or weekly basis, asking questions and learning about their customers and needs in order to enhance their own businesses. My training was extensive and ongoing to provide exceptional customer service to all customers with emphasis on problem solving and relationship building, as well as expounding on new products.
Excellent training, working from home, quarterly bonuses.
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Jax fla – February 5, 2016
this company sucks theytell you they are working on making you perment and you do every job they ask you to do and you are on time and meet all there qualifacations and then they walk up to you one day and just say your fired or don't nned you and all this after you work your butt off and doing what they want and when they want it and you need to have this job. They have to many Chiefs in charge and are so underhanded it is not funny. I wouldn't reccomend them to anyone.
no good management, short lunches and have sorry temp agency
As this was my first experience working in a warehouse, I found it to be a very good learning experience
Order Puller (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 28, 2016
Overall the company is a good place to work. Most employees are very friendly and willing to help you . The supervisors are also very helpful and friendly.
Climate controlled work environment. Acknowledges team members for outstanding work.
One sided in permanent hiring, majority Spanish, hire people that CAN'T speak English, too much time wasted doing Start up Meetings (translating everything), We are NOT in South Florida, If the people can not understand English then they should not be working there.
Maintenance Lead (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – November 19, 2015
It was a fun and productive environment with hardworking coworkers. The job was very rewarding by learning new things about the trade on a daily basis. Also it kept me knowledgeable on skills such as OSHA, fire safety, welding, and machine operations.
it was an ok place to work met some really good folks there but that place lacks alot of things and when you want to step up and say something about it no one wants to hear it and always get rid of good workers
Inventory Control (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – October 21, 2015
A typical day in Inventory Control included a start up meeting within the department, receiving pallet put away sheets from Team Lead, getting equipment, completing the sheets and receiving more work fit for our duties. Management could be helpful yet show favoritism at other times. There were hundreds of employees but I had large group of people I got along with which was the most enjoyable part of the job. The hardest part of the job was staying energized throughout the whole day.
supervisor (Former Employee) – new york,ny – September 30, 2015
your day starts off well until the hotel managers checks in about the am they start nit picking at everything you do and clean in the hotel. the co-workers are cool and fun guys to work with. the hardest part of the job is to clean the bathrooms after a nightlife event.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Issaquah, WA – August 19, 2015
SanMar is an amazing, family owned company that manages to feel like small family company even though there are now thousands of employees. Hourly salary caps are low and incentives to move up are limited, but the company treats its employees well and SanMar is a great place to work.
Hard work. On your feet all day. More concerned about the all mighty buck than the employees.
Picker (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – June 19, 2015
On our feet all day. At this job you were not the chosen people if you were American. If management knew you were trying they did all they could to help you be successful. Liked most of my co-workers. Hardest part of the job was being on my feet all day. Most enjoyable part of the job was the nice people.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – April 8, 2015
Went into the job, worked on my feet all day, lots of good communication between people, management staff was very open and receptive to new ideas. Really no hard parts to the job, just go in and do your work and go home, which some of the other people failed to understand this concept.
free dinners, popcorn Thursdays, very good heath care program
Many people nt understanding the concept of what the word work means