Warehouse worker (Current Employee), Allentown, PA – August 21, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. Decent amount of red tape and politics, but this is expected of a big company. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them. The office started to get crowded as the company grew and it was more difficult to get to know the new people. There was a lot of variety in what I did each day, ranging from the monotonous tasks to new projects that were challenging and exciting. – less
Ops Admin (Former Employee), Murfreesboro, TN – August 14, 2015
Pros: the hours and pay
Cons: hypocritical and unfair coworkers and managers
I was working for the company a total of 13 months and had been promoted twice landing me in a position as Ops Admin. The job was great. I loved the job and hours. The company itself is twisted and hard – more... work will only get you so far. While in this position as Ops Admin, I learned Excel. More specifically I was taught and given the responsibility to manage and maintain associates' attendance, their "points", attrition, create and update multiple reports that were sent out company wide and to our client, as well as manage the office traffic on foot and via phone. I was never "trained" and although this showcased my ability to learn and adapt in different circumstances, it was not what I was told would happen. – less
The employees that I encountered while working here are phenomenal!!! I couldn't ask for a better group of people to work with. The hardest part of this job was the machine trouble shooting. The machines – more... were so massive! when there was a problem, you literally had to follow the flow of batteries to even find where the problem was or, at least, where it originated. While this was often hard, it was also very rewarding to know that you had solved it and fixed it yourself without having to call maintenance. I learned things about batteries, the process in making them, and the history of Energizer itself that I never thought imaginable. – less
Maintenence (Current Employee), Sheridan, AR – August 3, 2015
A typical day on the job consists of cleaning up any mess or oil spills that may occur, maintaining and thoroughly cleaning machines, and anything else that may need done throughout the day. Management is easy to get along with as well as my co workers.
like to act like they care about safety and employees but do not
General Laborer (Former Employee), Moreno Valley, CA – July 26, 2015
all they are about is numbers. constantly trying to fire you for time because maybe you had to go to the bathroom a little longer then they think is acceptable. tricked every one into voting for a ten – more... hour schedule each work day with out any over time hours after 8 hours like the state require by only focusing on telling everyone they will get a whole day off, soon after the change everyone realized that day is such a waist because all you do is sleep trying to get what you have missed back. wage does not increase from $11.50 but they expect you to live on that knowing its not a living wage. they only offer employment from one company so not really a staffing agency really just a way to rip of the comunity – less
Staff Management (Former Employee), San Bernardino, CA – July 24, 2015
Pros: fun, productive, challenging
I learned how to work cooropertavely with team mates and meet daily criteria and quotas. Working at a fast pace allowed me to get things done in a timely manner. everyone was helpful in all aspects, your never left alone in a situation someone is always willing to help.
Great company and atmosphere with a vary of positions and chances of career training advancment
Compound Cleaner (Current Employee), Port Washington, WI – July 20, 2015
Coming into my shift I evaluate what needs to be addressed and tackle it. So far I've learned the correct ways to operate various warehouse forklifts. I also learned the MSDS rules and regulations – more... of managing different chemicals that I may come in contact with throughout the day. Also the proper PPE to wear to ensure safety. The hardest part of the job is making sure to remember color codes to elevate contamination which is very important. the most enjoyable part of the job is the diversity throughout the job which there is never a dull moment. – less
Stowing (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – July 14, 2015
Pros: fun, interesting job
Cons: short breaks
Amazon fulfillment center is a very fun and interesting place to work. What I learned most about working at this job, is how to work independently while still being productive and making the appropriate rate.
Loader (Former Employee), Mattoon, IL – July 13, 2015
Pros: lots of overtime
Cons: no job security
I never felt like my time wasn't being utilized here. There was always something to do. Lots of overtime. It was a friendly and productive place to work. The supervisors were always there to help with any issues that came about.
it is a great company but I am a temp worker and I need a permanent job for my kids and I with benefits and security. I come in to work at ingram micro and drive the reach truck and put up products, make production and go home.
PSU/ JABIL (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – July 11, 2015
all we do is clean direct tv boxes and cords and we ship them back to direct tv. i stand for 8 hours cleaning PSU cords making sure there is no damages. i learn how important it is to have clean cords shipped out and making sure everything work. we also make sure that there is no water or smoke damage.