Pros: benefits are decent but not worth it because this place blows!!!
Cons: already stated...
On the brink of bankruptcy again! Was hired in Sales, whole day was spent cold calling on "dead accounts". Was promised active accounts so we could make $$ and got a list of more dead accounts or credit killed accounts. People that work here look like the walking dead!!! Too many "figure heads" that have absolutely no clue what they're doing and could – more... care less about their employees. Best advice: STAY AWAY!!! This place is toxic! – less
On Monday i run report and handle 6 small account you learn something everyday. management could be better my co-workers was not greatest but i work with them to get the work done. Hardest thing was handle check request until i got better at it. i love reconcile my account.
I liked getting up in the morning to go to work it was like family
Print Shop Dept Supervisor (Former Employee), Rockford, IL – May 23, 2013
Pros: they are like my family. i still keep in touch
Cons: i had too many bosses changing my dates for getting my jobs out.
When I was hired just short of 10 years ago I was hired for a lead person in the print shop. When I left I was the Supervisor. I would get a list of logos and or signs that they would need for the week and I would find out the counts color length.... And would let my bosses know if I had the material or if I had to order.If I needed I would put it in – more... the Oracle. I always had the jobs out on time.I learned that the order of the jobs could change at any time as needed and I would have them done. That was also the hardest part of my job. Some weeks they would work backwards on the list but still I got them out. And that was always a great week knowing I could do that. I also became there Truck Driver I went down and got my Class C to drive the Big Box truck for deliveries and pick ups as they needed – less
merchandiser (Former Employee), Bonita Springs, FL – May 20, 2013
Pros: you get paid
Cons: dangerous working conditions and no benefits, part time
I have never been asked to spend only 45 minutes working a job. There is enough to do that it adds up to about 10 to 15 hours a week. But they want you to go in on weekends and straighten the magazines at walmart. When I told my district manager that it took more gas to drive to walmart than it does to work for the 45 minutes, I was told "make a shopping – more... trip out of it" The totes that the magazines come in are heavy and when they were stacked over my head the same manger said "just don't hurt your back" When I finally did quit I was asked to stay because they had no else to work. – less
Merchandiser/Vendor (Current Employee), Bonita Springs, FL – July 6, 2012
I drive my own vehicle that has insurance from store to store. Once in the stores I meet with a manager or sales associate and inform them of the purpose of my visit. When I am allowed to gather product from the stockroom, I either wheel it to the mainline, which occupies shelving space limited to one aisle or wall, or up to the checkout area where – more... I distribute it. I put outdated product into totes usually and put the MRA's on the return labels and wheel them back to the stock room. – less