Cash Applications Clerk (Former Employee) – Weldon Spring, MO – October 6, 2016
I wish I could've stayed here longer; very helpful crew and management was on top of things. The atmosphere and culture were great. Very helpful folks, willing to listen and train. Hardest part: having to leave. Most enjoyable: doing something different than my usual.
Account Manager/OP Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – July 29, 2016
Company is very financially stable but slow to react and change to market dynamics which leads to business loss. Employees blamed for business loss but not empowered to take control of customer relationships.
Sales (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – May 2, 2016
This company does care about employee turnover. Great company for someone who is just starting their career. Unfortunately the print industry is starting to decline which is putting competitive pressure on the company. Good tenure with the overall staff.
productive and fun work place with ping pong table
Warehouse Employee (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – February 17, 2015
on a typical day at supplies network consists of filling orders as a team. I learned a lot about how to use my wearable warehouse scanner/scanner. Management was also fair and easy going and my other coworkers made me feel like a part of a team
Great place to work. Lot's of events throughout the year for employees
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis – March 20, 2013
Open door management style from the CEO down Ability to participate in projects and learn Co-workers were great, everyone is engaged in the job at hand So much work to do, could have used an assistant. Enjoyed all the opportunities to participate in charity drives.
great people and beautiful office
small company, not much room for professional growth
Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee) – Hazelwood Mo – February 6, 2012
There really isn't much to say about working for Supplies Network, you have to pick items off a shelf and put it in a box and do it quickly. The job is demanding on your legs and feet so be ready to get a good pair of shoes. The pay is ok, but there is no pay difference between a hard worker and a lazy worker. Job security is there, however don't plan on attempting to move higher in the company if you work in the warehouse.