inventory associate (Former Employee), Bridgeview, IL – September 29, 2015
Pros: learning how to be a team, the rides
Cons: waiting long periods of time to get off, the drive back to the office
Typical day was meeting at the office an riding to the site where we counted the store inventory. I learned how to use a ten key calculator, team work and how to process inventory. Management was normal. My co-workers played a great part in team work. The hardest part was the early morning shift or late night shifts and having to wait on the rest of the team before we left.
Inventory Control Specialist (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NC – September 26, 2015
Responsible for all Logistics Operations, Supply Room Safety, and United States safety. In charge of making sure that all levels and aspects of the logistics process and levels are accurate to highest – more... quality level and speed. Also, ensuring efficient running of administration and office procedures. I learned selfless and core values of a soldier. My Officer was great and very hard working. My co workers made work a awesome place to be. Hardest part is being away from your family. Best part is being a solider and working hard to give your country freedom – less
Inventory associate (Former Employee), Winchester, VA – September 23, 2015
Pros: Getting to see new places.
Cons: Poor pay, disrespect, etc.
I enjoyed the work I did, and the traveling to different places. But the people were horrible, I had two cases of harassment for which they did nothing about. I also had a "team leader" that harassed – more... and tormented me the entire time I worked there. I was popular with the other team mates and she wasn't, so im assuming it was a jealousy issue with her. They pay wasn't the best, but to make it worse, they would log your hours so they would cheat you out of a lot of money. You also didn't get paid for hardly any of the traveling you'd do, which was a big part of the job. There were just way to many downsides to the job for it to be a recommended place to work. They worked us to the core and could care less about their employee's. They also didn't care about the people who did the good work, just the people who would count the fastest.. whether it was right or wrong. A lot of hours, including multiple jobs per day.. which sounds good but you don't get paid like you would in a 'normal' job. – less
Sales Marketing (Former Employee), Plano, TX – September 21, 2015
This was something which I never thought about working for when it came down to customer service but the main thing that I'd like about this company was I'd didn't have to worry about paying hotel fees when we'd had to go to different cities of Illinois
Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – September 21, 2015
On a typical day, I would wake up around 3 am. I learned how to scan all of the items on the sales floor, as well as the back room. The management was not very professional, considering we only had one manager and he always forgot things. My co-workers were even worse. The hardest part was dealing with the surroundings. The most enjoyable part was, of course, clocking out and going home.
I found this to be a difficult job physically for an older person
Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – September 18, 2015
Cons: The time of the day or night expected to work
The job was sometimes quite difficult, especially for an older person. It often required getting up and down off the floor in order to count low shelf items and sometimes required getting up on step ladders. At times the job required getting up the in middle of the night to be at an out of town site by early morning.
Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – September 15, 2015
Pros: employee discounts
Cons: long travel hours, short pay
meeting quota and numbers was big in doing inventory. long hours and long travels to do inventory for multiple stores. keeping up with the records and number of items you scanned was also important, but helped build efficiency and accuracy
inventory associate (Former Employee), pawtucket,ri – September 6, 2015
Cons: horrible management
Management is horrible....some people get away with too much...some come to work when they feel like it...and assistant managers dont last too long...we constantly had a new assistant manager....managers like to play favoritism...its like being in high school..people act too childish...so glad i dont work there anymore...i dont recommend this job to anybody.
Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Lawton OK – September 5, 2015
Pros: Easy work, flexible hours, management is good, good team work
Cons: Long travel time, low pay, and only part-time
Job start very early sometimes due to location of the store. Then you do inventory with a scanner. People work together and you are able to meet different people. Management is nice. But, sometimes you – more... don't get paid for travel time. Only when you clock in and clock out that you get paid. Sometimes you have to travel for 2-4 hours depending on the store location. Good job for people that don't like to seat down too much. – less
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee), Oak Park, IL – September 3, 2015
W.I.S is a upcoming inventory company that can't be match with it's fast pace non stop precise counting and great work environment they will be the world leading inventory collection service companies of all time.