Annoying upper management with poor communication.
Supervisor, IT Tech (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 13, 2016
A company that doesn't have everything sorted yet but will give work to those who seek it. A typical day can range anywhere from a 3 hour low pay shift all the way to a 15+ hour shifting pulling in multiple hundred for pay. The workers in the company are kind enough to your face but many of them will attack your job for minor things even with the only motive being envy. Overall if you need a job apply but I urge avoiding it if possible.
Commission Pay Quickly
unsteady hours, no promised 40 hrs, management doesn't communicate well
Guaranteed hours, paid benefits, lazy management that sets outrageous goals for the day.
Receiving Checker (Current Employee) – Utah – July 11, 2016
Okay place to work. GM and management need to be renovated. Employees don't care and don't try to help take care of the equipment and facilities such as restrooms, microwaves, and lifts. Management doesn't hold anyone responsible for anything that is damaged. No one takes responsibility for anything and it is always overlooked by management and other employees. Could be a much better place to work!
Paid benefits, cookouts
Management, GM, Corp. Office.Never know when we're getting off with a random threat of working weekends.
Operator, Perrin Sportswear (Current Employee) – Comstock Park, MI – June 14, 2016
Set up screens/micro adjust them and then add ink to them. After that is done I can start to run a scrap through it to see if the image is set in and if it isn't I have to micro adjust it until it is. When the image looks good I can then run 1 shirt for an approval and once I get the approval I am good to start running the entire order. Once that is done I repeat the process on the next order and then the next.
Great co-workers and they show you that the really appreciate you.
Not enough pay for the amount of work/overtime we do.
Unloader (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – May 24, 2016
I would normally start my day at 4am. I enjoyed working for McDonald's. I learned a lot. Managment and my co workers were awesome. The hardest thing to deal with was cleaning the kids play area. The most enjoyable thing about the job was meeting new people.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Johnstown, NY – May 14, 2016
A typical day as an unloader starts at 4am. You would get a brief of how many cases were coming into the warehouse and what you were expected to move that day. I would use fork trucks, small tools, and hands to move freight in and around warehouse to appropriate spots. Would be given two 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch. Worked close with management to make sure flow of freight was fast and smooth while maintaining safety.
STOCKER, WALMART (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, GA – May 1, 2016
Whenever I clocked in none of the equipment that we needed to start was in the right place/ or there was no access. Lost multiple co-workers and management refused to hire to help us unload their products.
Unloader (Former Employee) – Keller, TX – March 3, 2016
worked 3 hours a day basically at 4 in the morning for low pay. Far of a drive to just work that many hours for low pay. breaks were about 10 mins, and its usually just one break during the day. lifting and lowering boxes by hand is highly physically demanding.
Unloader/Stocker (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – February 16, 2016
I had a work truck to work in a safe place on the roads for the crews and our self with cone signs I had to make sure my pattner got paid every week I was a crew leader that had to have to know the meet ups with the pole road crews