Purchasing / Subcontracts Admin Lead (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – May 7, 2014
Trace has offered great exposure while working on the $10 billion contract. The daily activities were never that same which kept my interest. My coworkers were very helpful during the process of executing contract awards. The hardest part is keeping scheduled dates if delays occurred. My most rewarding part of my job was to start the project, know the items are being delivered before the scheduled due date, then invoicing the government to gain the awarded margin.
Front Desk Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX 77520 – December 11, 2017
While working for Trace i was told several times that rises and job advancements would be a for sure thing. After working there for a while i had been fed up several times and the manager could tell. Thats when he would pull me aside and assure me that my raise and advancement were coming soon. Never happened. When i put in my 2 weeks the manager was highly unprofessional and like a child walked away and ignored me. i was then told not to come back to finish my 2 weeks which took money out of my check. I would not recommend or go back for any reason.
Warehouse (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – November 1, 2017
This job is located inside the commissary inside Luke Air Force Base. It is a contracted company that stocks and intakes daily delivery of grocery. Company is contracted in most commissaries on Air Force bases across the US.
Very productive company for assignmenst to different companies for employees
Processor or Material Handler (Current Employee) – Statesboro, GA – August 10, 2017
The staff is very friendly, and they will listen to their employees. Always trying to find work for their applicants. The work culture can be diverts or acceptable to many different individuals from other cultures.
A typical day at work: Working in the warehouse can be challenging, busy and working long hours. What have I learned: how the mechanics of the supply chain work in the physical aspects of the industry. Management are very cleaver with working with employees when there is a issue with work. They are not always honest with pay.
The hardest part of the job: working long hours and handling heavy freight. The most enjoyable is staying busy to past the time.
Work is secure for employees
Management does not have enhance work employees in find other tupe of work
Trace Staffing Solutions has a better than average training program and prepares you to jump in and be productive immediately. I love that there is no "typical day" - it is very diverse. I love to help people and it is a very rewarding position in that regard. Management is accessible and very willing to help you get to the next level.
Staffing Manager (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – August 3, 2017
The company is run almost like a cult, if you drink the cool aid you are good; if not you can be gone any day at any time!! The management is good about letting you work around special events that you may need to go to.
The management is good about letting you work around special events that you may need to go to.
The company is run almost like a cult, if you drink the cool aid you are good; if not you can be gone any day at any time!!
Welder/Fabricator (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – June 12, 2017
Hard working individuals who work there. team oriented work place. whenever that contract ends the representative is always looking for the job. Always just a phone call away if you need any questions answered.
Too much drama and favoritism and constant threats to work faster or get fired
Nighttime and daytime stocker (Former Employee) – Fort Sam Houston, TX – June 6, 2017
The benefits were great and the pay at the particular commissary I worked at was outstanding however, the management was never on the same page and everyone who worked there was not willing to do any more than what they saw fit. The worst employees were never bothered because they were all family members of the main boss. Nobody's job was secure except for their's. The work load and manual labor that went with the job usually drove new employees to quit within the first week or less and nobody was ever trained properly. In fact, I struggled for my first three months of employment because I was just told to get started but never told exactly how it was expected to be done. I asked questions and even the most seasoned of workers turned the other way or said they simply didn't know.