anonymous 3 days ago
I was told at Uline that they get 1,000 resumes per week. I have seen their ad for the same job for months. Are they collecting info and selling it to headhunters?
Betrayed 1 month ago
Do you work at Uline? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
freedomisntfree in Chicago, Illinois 2 months ago
Interviewing in Waukegan branch. Does ULINE drug test on the first interview? If so, what kind of test?
Thanks for feedback...
nick in King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania 8 months ago
What do you think -- is this company going to survive and thrive? Are they looking to expand their staff, or do you think layoffs are inevitable?
How does Uline stack up against the competition?
Wandering in Seal Beach, California 10 months ago
I am scheduled to have a second interview for a management job and have read a lot of reviews stating that women working for Uline must wear skirts. I served in the Navy, and have several tattoos as a side effect of my enlistment. I happen to have a rather large foot/ankle/leg tattoo (flowers, nothing too crazy). Am I wasting my time with the interview? It seems like this company is pretty conservative and would not be open to workers having visible tattoos.
sally12 in laval, Nova Scotia 11 months ago
Had an interview and think it went well....
I currently work at a terrific company and wont leave unless the right job comes along. As of right now I am undecided about Uline.
Can any current or former employees give me an insiders opinion as to working at this company. Are the owners fair? Do they respect their employees? Is it like working in dungeon or is it a pleasant place. Are there any weird rules (Besides woman having to wear skirts every day...Hello -- Its 2008! Most of America is corporate casual these days!).
Wandering in Seal Beach, California 11 months ago
do they verify salary history after making an offer? Ex. ask for a pay stub or W2 during intital paper work. If I'm unwilling to provide that because I am uncomfortable doing so would ther retract the offer?
Mimi in Toronto, Ontario 12 months ago
Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Uline?
Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?
What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Uline?
sally12 in laval, Nova Scotia 17 months ago
I recently applied at ULine for an Executive Assistant position to one of their top executives at their corporate office. I was asked to come in for the interview, took some standard tests, and waited to see Tim, a RECRUITER who was to interview me for my 2 pm appointment.
During my time of arrival, as I sat down, a young lady went in ahead of me.. also seeing him. Shortly after, another young lady walked through the door and said he had a 2:15 with Tim. The current interviewee came out about 8 minutes after she walk in through the door. I was then called in by Tim and followed him into an interview office and sat down. He was the most unnaturally unpleasant cold natured recruiter I have ever met. I was rushed to answer simple interview questions and felt that I was not given the time and consideration to even showcase my experience. He made it feel like they were doing me a favor of even interviewing me.
I have many levels of experience with very stable job history. My last employer, I was there for 4 years. My second to last, I was there 7 years, and yet before that, another 5 years. All of my employers are on my LinkedIn account and have nother but great things to say about me. I have an MBA, have GM experience, etc. I also have experience working with Uline while I was with one of my previous employers. We provided them with product which they currently sell. I have also met Liz, the owner, personally while at one of our company event customer appreciation events. I had nothing but great things to say about the company.
I understand that the company is growing. I understand that they get about 800 resumes per week and interview many people. but the recruiters, like the receptionists are the forefront of the company. In this case, having horrible recruiters tarnishes the company and what they are said to be built on.
Job titles are redundant =\ in Seattle, Washington 18 months ago
Reading through the forums there seem to be a lot of negative reviews, but most people seem to be talking about either sales or warehouse jobs. Does anyone in the IT field who works at Uline have any input? How do you like your current job?