Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Leandro, CA – April 18, 2017
The concept of the company is good and convenient for people looking to get a good deal but If you cant meet their fast paced requirements while working there you get warnings to improve and eventually let go if you don't. they work on a number based system, you must meet a certain number of items processed per hour everyday.
occasional lunches provided and awards for performance
ThredUp: Young start-up with many ways for you to shine!
Shipping/Receiving Associate (Current Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – May 18, 2017
ThredUP is a fast paced retail warehouse environment with clear expectations for advancement through meeting training requirements and UPH levels. Management is responsive to suggestions for improvement and safety! Benefits are generous. The Culture Club creates events and celebrates holidays to keep showing up at work from becoming boring. My favorite part of the job was "High Five Fridays!"
Work for a start-up company so infinite room to grow!
Packer (Former Employee) – Vernon Hills, IL – January 14, 2017
Very different for me. I loved that I got to feel with clothing, and inspect them. It is a very fast past job. Management was okay, except the micro managing. There were shift meetings that gave insight on the company changes, employee promotions, daily employee excellence, etc. I would possibly work there again.
There is an employee discount
You have to keep a very high UPH on weekly average.
Itemizer (Current Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – December 12, 2016
Been here a year and a half... Decent job if it was 1st shift would be better but once you chose 2nd never expect to go to 1st. Management is a joke. But of you bust your bum you can get raises after many many weeks.
Warehouse Associate(Inbound and Outbound trainer) (Former Employee) – San Leandro, Ca – August 19, 2015
Great start up company with non supportive management. Work atmosphere was a bit childish and unsafe. Helps sharpen your work skills and gives employees the opportunity to learn and advance to different levels in the company. I learned how to plan out my time managing schedule better when it came down to training new employees and doing manifest duties. Trainers were consistent on helping other employees better their work skills. Non communicative environment between management and employees. Most enjoyable part of the job was teaching and training new employees.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Leandro, CA – October 22, 2013
A typical day at ThredUp would be seeing where I would be assigned at for the day. It could be picking orders from customers who have placed orders online or to go through and do go backs. While picking for orders I would ensure that the item number matches the item number on the form as well. Then after picking all items on the list and making sure its put into its right place, I would then take it for packaging. In the packaging process its very important to examine the clothing making sure there are no major stains or ruins to the clothing. Paying attention to detail was a big part of this job. Double and triple checking was a must through every process.