Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – West Virginia – May 21, 2017
Never work here unless you have to! They will work you 8 hours until they give you a break and sometimes 12 hours non stop and most of the employee are leaving before of that reason because i thought you had to have at lest 2 15 min breaks and a 30 min lunch if you work more then 8 hours! You get paid 9.25 working and 8.25 on the bus but for some dumb reason you don't get paid the first hour your on the bus to the site and back so if your one hours away forget that money. Just don't work here!
Long hours, little reward, but the overtime is nice
Inventory Supervisor (Current Employee) – Paducah, KY – May 19, 2017
I enjoy my job a lot as an inventory supervisor, frequently work 12-16 hours days 5-7 days a week. The hourly rates for supervisors are far from satisfactory but with all the overtime hours the gross yearly pay is quite satisfying.
Paid transportation time
Little sleep, little home time, low pay for high standards
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 19, 2017
Can be on the road for hours at a time with a number of other people in the cargo van with you. People always complaining and ghetto. Sometimes when you are counting a store, you can have 10 people yet be there all day long or have only a few and still be there all day. some people didnt want to work to their ability so made it harder for the ones who actually did work.
INVENTORY ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Benicia, CA – May 16, 2017
If you plan on working for wis intenational be prepared to have no life when it comes to hvaing free time to do household things if you have children or a husband or wife the work crew if very boujee and its and the managment never smiles and is rude.
Terrible. No balance of life and work. Impossible to survive on poor pay.
Inventory Supervisor (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – May 16, 2017
The hours are horrendous - either overbearing hours or nearly none. Changes almost weekly. The pay is terrible to the amount of hours worked. The management is literally incompetant, from the upper management to the office management with few exceptions. Laziness and conflict is the culture of their workplace and many practices would be frowned upon in more legitimate work settings.
horrible hours, feast or famine, illicit practices, poor management
Inventory supervisor (Current Employee) – Joplin, MO – May 15, 2017
Great job we go to different stores to inventory the stores. We go in and start counting products. We have a meet spot. Company van picks everyone up takes them to the job. And back to the meet spot. People have a good time but we do our job.
Inventory Manager (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – May 15, 2017
Company does not work well with employees. Has drivers on the road to many hours a day. Would drive employee's to different locations to do inventory. There was not enough time given in between trips to get the proper rest needed. Some days there were only 3 or 4 hours of rest per day.
Inventory Associate (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – May 12, 2017
It was a great place to work at and the people were great. A day at work is fast paced and unbothered. I learned how to count literally. Manageent was ok for the most part. Hardest part was waking up at different times of the night to work.The most enjoyable part was the great people.