I worked here for over a year and while I've had worse warehouse jobs you won't see me recommending it to anyone.
It's freezing cold in the winter because they refuse to turn the heaters on, in the summer it's burning hot because they don't repair the exhaust ceiling fans and all dock doors must remain closed and locked for security.
If your department reaches quota numbers they raise the quota next week, by the time I left no one had met quota in over a month because they moved it so high and we got complained to in our three times a week performance meetings.
Also the lieing... they tell so many people they're getting a raise next paycheck, it doesn't happen and you ask why they say they meant to say next quarter, wait till next quarter and it doesn't happen, you ask why and they say they forgot and tell you they'll do it next quarter. If you reach $11/hr, you will NOT move higher.
Then the fact that they buy USED shoes from all over the world, wipe them off with some soapy water, and put them on the website not saying anything about being used. On a hot day this place smells so horrible, millions of sweaty shoes on shelves.
They get fined monthly for having a sprinkler system, but never installing fire alarms or fire alarm pull handles and they block all the fire extinguishers and emergency exits, but they just pay the fines instead of fixing it for safety. This place will burn some day, they throw cardboard in piles on the floor all around the warehouse and there's no power outlets so extension cords are constantly being walked and driven over.
Needless to say it's easy to focus on the bad, but to sum it up it's just your typical warehouse, don't expect a wonder job. As far as the good side they do try to have company events every few months by buying everyone lunch, but at the same time they're very strict on how much you can eat because they buy the bare minimum amount of food (one piece of chicken, or one slice of pizza, etc per person)
Also they finally gave in to complaints and moved breaks from 10 minutes to 15 minutes yet the break room only holds 1/4 of staff and there's only one exit out of the building, so it takes five minutes to exit/enter. Okay yeah I can't say anything good about this place. Stay away unless you need a job ASAP above minimum wage.
Final note: They do not honor two week notices, if you're going to leave do not tell ANYONE, once they find out you will be called to the office 15 minutes before the end of your shift and walk you out, if you're a larger male they will ask for help taking the trash out and lock the door when you get to the dumpster. If you still decide to take the job anyone on the floor will be happy to tell you tons of these stories.