Enoloyee (Current Employee) – Swedesboro, NJ – May 23, 2016
Management was caught using funds for personal use which is theft nothing was done Alcohol was being used by a supervisor on a daily basis in building you colud smell it and the supervisor even passed out at work nothing was done Another supervisor was late everyday and slept in his car do to alcohol use was friends with head of building so nothing was done Hiring decisions are strongly based on race age and gender Low pay rate 10 dollars an hour with as little as a 1% pay raise per year No advancement opportunity Very disgruntle employees but they will not say anything for fear of being fired
Productive and fun place to work and even workout!
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Waterloo, WI – March 23, 2016
I loved working here and highly recommend it to anyone. I was hired for a temporary job and wish that there would have been a full-time opening because this company is amazing. The healthy mindedness of co-workers, management and company was astounding! A nice relaxed atmosphere surrounded by people that were happy, healthy and positive! Great perk on bikes.
Great people, amazing food in cafe, fantastic workout space
Manager (Former Employee) – Waterloo, WI – December 10, 2015
Flexible schedule at times. Great cafe; wellness center with TRX, Cybex, free weights, bicycle trainers, treadmills, and a yoga studio; locker rooms with showers and linens provided. Private mountain bike trails. Frequent company functions and team building. Good employee benefits.
Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Waterloo, WI – April 14, 2014
They people you work with are amazing. It is a fun, social and interesting company. Depending on the manager, it is not easy to move up in the company and jobs can become stagnant after a while. Pay is way below average, they like to think the added benefits in terms of discounts and the fact that you work for Trek make up for it, but after a while, it doesn't.
PHP Programmer (Current Employee) – Waterloo, WI – December 21, 2013
I've been working for Trek for just over a year, and it has been a great work place. The culture is very health oriented so there is always time to work out in the gym or go biking on their trails. They also offer generous discounts on their products. Working for Trek has been great. It's a very laid back environment and the managers have been really flexible.
temp employee (Former Employee) – Waterloo, WI – November 21, 2013
This is a poorly run cafe with poor communication among staff. There is a lot of conflicting information between staff in the cafe itself. They don't treat new employees with respect. They are not welcoming to new employees. They do not value diversity. I would NOT suggest applying for this job. They expect too much. The register is very complicated, more than it needs to be. Even experienced baristas would agree that it is way more complicated than it needs to be. This department is not an EEOE, particularly with temp employees. It is very hard to find work these days and they should be knowledgeable regarding that. Do not apply for this position unless you want to be treated poorly.
poor communication, unrealistic expectations, everything mentioned in the review
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Swedesboro, NJ – May 8, 2013
Learned how to use scaners to pick and how to procces orders and pack them properly. Also unloading tralier full of bikes and puting them on pallets to be stage.The co workers were also people very nice and helpful. Hardest part would be picking bikes in the bike section of the warehouse mostly trying to stack the bike on 3 row was hard they always fall, once u get use to it got easier. The tipical work day was 8 hour shift with 45 min lunch and one 15 min break.
Decaler (Former Employee) – Waterloo, Wisconsin – February 20, 2012
Company cross-training employees making sure their is not only quantity and quality assurance for the customers, making sure that employees are trained and aware of what going on in the company and outside competitors.
on job site fitness center available to employees, training health programs, incentives, employee input
a diversity, in office employees and employees out on the floor, assigning supervision