Stocker/Assemble Line Lead (Former Employee) – Berkeley, CA – June 17, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of, neatly stocking wine cases on shelves or on trucks that were scheduled to deliver our products to outside vendors. Also we would clean up any messes that were made. Making sure safety was always enforced because our job is some what dangerous lifting heavy boxes.
Assistant Warehouse Manager (Current Employee) – New Jersey – September 10, 2013
A typical day involves customer orders, vendors(drivers, sales personnel and customer service), employees and a constant flow of e-mails and can go by like the wind. This experience has taught me a lot about the complexities of the wine business. The Management Team at wine.com are highly focused, talented, innovative and professional. A company where Management knows it's employees and rewards them for performance. The hardest part of the job is having to deal with the disapointment of an individual not realizing their potential with regards to performance. And yet the most rewarding experience is the teamwork, surpassed only the vision of skids of Product rolling out of the warehouse.
Trips to wine country. Meeting vineyard personnel.
This was the original Wine.com not the current one
Senior Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Napa, CA – July 5, 2012
The company was interesting as the staff worked their butts off and at the beginning non-monetary benefits were great. Management was really lost, hence the "merger between Wine Shopper and Wine.com and the bankruptcy less than 12 months later.
If better management had be in place I believe the original company would still be in place. The site was always busy and the staff were a great group to work with.
If you really wanted you could learn about wine and supply chain operations.
free lunches, wine education, great team spirit
management were from typical wine industry and had no clue about the internet