Issue out parts, pull kits, recieving. Issue out parts according to pull ticket; pull kits according to pull tickets, receiving material from various venders, input inventory in computer, filling paper work, stock inventory monitor parts inventory load parts vending machine. Using Microsoft outlook and excel for communication means.
no time clock to punch in or out
Noisy environment, subject to weather elements(hot or cold)
Each day should present new challenges you face head first! Work each and every day to maintaining excellent relationships, between my customers and co-workers.
Having a positive mindset is key. My customers are very important to me and providing them with anything less than my best is unacceptable. The key is always to provide the type of relationship an service that brings the customer back, time and time again.
Networking and relationship building, sampling of products so we can speak informatively to our targeted audiance
sometimes needing more help if your customer base grows
Crib Attendant (Former Employee) – Grand Island, NE – December 4, 2016
I am a morning person. This job started early. I performed cycle counts first thing in the morning. When CNH employee's arrived I waited the counter to charge out the supplies they needed. The rest of the day was shipping/receiving, stocking, waiting the counter. I had wonderful co-workers. We worked well together, helped each other. I loved this job. I love working with people.
Various Management Positions (Current Employee) – Blemont, NC – July 12, 2016
There is no work-life balance, compensation is terrible, and leadership is nonexistent since the CEO retired last year. Advancement is only for those who are related to managers, or are part of the Good-Old-Boys network that formed the company years and years ago. IDG is being merged with Hagermeyer, which seems like they may be an OK company, but avoid IDG.
Pay is usually on time, if sometimes incorrect
Misery and low morale abound, just ask anyone below a Director-level
District Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – October 6, 2016
Responsible for overall profitability within the CA market. A great deal of responsibility for one person. Difficulty balance between taking care of direct reports and an enormous and complex sales force.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – September 28, 2016
deliver products to customers unload all incoming freight ensure inventory control was conducted. ensure all material delivered was on packing lists. very hot environment in summer and very cold in winter.
Management is ok the people i worked with were nice and its not the hardest job but it take a lot of physical work.hagemeyer overall is not a bad company i just hope get better equipment to make the job less stressful.
Document Control/Sales Support (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 16, 2016
* data entry and assistance office manager * accounts payable and accounts receivable * management was great and caring * co-workers worked together * finding small parts in a big warehouse * traveling to other location
Because of the downward turn in the economy my position was eliminated. I have learned many skills over the years and meet hundreds of people will all types of backgrounds and skills. I am confident that I will find another company that will profit from my skill set. Just hope it does not take to long.
Typical day I worked from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm and stayed very busy. I learned a tremendous amount about accounting. Management settled for nothing less than perfection. Best co-workers I can remember working with. Hardest part of the job was continually striving to meet my supervisors standards. Felt like part of a work family.
Had United Way fund raisers with raffles for quality items