Cash Applications-Credit Cards-Accountemps (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – May 11, 2017
I was brought in to help out because two people in the group who were temporary put in their notice on the same day. While I was there, it felt easy going yet work related. I never felt rushed or anything like that. As long as you did the work asked everything was fine.
Keyholder (Former Employee) – Humble, TX – April 25, 2017
Starts Slow But its usually constant. I learned to size and how to recommend shoes. Store Manager Was Very nice and Flexible with employees. Work environment was awsome! there was nothing really to hard only thing was taking out the trash at night. Always had a great time with other employees and with store manager.
Temporary Employee (Current Employee) – Cedar Springs, MI – March 13, 2017
A typical day at Wolverine can be as hard or easy as one makes it. It consist of lifting boxes weighting 50 pounds. Sometimes more, just really depends on the day and what you're doing. Management is easy to get along with, just do your job and be productive and there is an "easy to work in" work environment. The hardest, yet my favorite, part of the job is how physical it can be. To me, I feel like I went to the gym for eight hours.
replenisher (Former Employee) – Howard City, MI – March 8, 2017
great job, great co-workers and supervisors. worked there as a temp, treated me great but only paid 8.50/hr and i accomplished double the work of hired in employees, making double what i made. just wasnt worth it
it is a fun place to work in when you are surrounded by the right people
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Big Rapids, MI – March 6, 2017
if i had to say anything about wolverine i would say that is was a fast paced job that you needed to be on your toes at all times.the management was helpful in many ways. the hardest part of the job would have to have been the pace we were expected to work at. the most enjoyable part of my jobs would have to have been getting to learn all the jobs that i had by doing instead of watching and being able to push out the shoes in a timly manner
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Michigan City, IN – February 9, 2017
There isn't much to report for this job. It's a typical retail job. It mostly consists of customer service, merchandising, and handling cash. Staff has to be able to perform all duties as the staff is small and there isn't a dedicated receiving or stock staff.
Line Inspector (Former Employee) – Big Rapids, MI – September 19, 2016
Wolverine World Wide was a very high stress, high pressure job. Extremely fast-paced and lots of over time. I worked as a line inspector. My job was to overlook a lines production and make sure there were little to no flaws. I recorded data of cases coming in and out.
Lots of overtime, fast-paced, healthcare, gratifaction that you had a place in making a great product.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Big Rapids, MI – July 28, 2016
Working for Wolverine was one of the most horrible experiences I've had at a job. Training is non existent, the supervisors do not even talk with you or help you at all. If you are a female you will be sexually harassed and do not expect anyone to do anything about it. I myself was harassed by several different people and when I told my supervisor nothing was done. Other worker here are rude and about as smart as a box of rocks who also love drama. If you were just hired here..... good luck! Oh and it's hot as hel.
No communication, do not recognize hard work, management horrible
Office Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – July 1, 2016
Worked for this company for 10 years and always was treated good. The company does a lot of extras for its employees with fun days full of different activities. Everyone in the company is very nice to work with and appreciates the work my department could get done is a short time.