Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 15, 2018
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Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Fremont, NE – July 9, 2018
friendly co-workers; not very good communication from supervisors, they except you to do every job there but they don't really explain in depth on how to do it. they want you to figure it out on your own. says it builds character
LTO (Lift Truck Operator) (Former Employee) – Leesport, PA – July 9, 2018
Poor Management Horrible work hours No communication among management and supervisors No balanced life/work.... Its mainly work Management doesn't care about your family life. work comes first I enjoyed the people that worked there but management really sucked
Great co workers and pay was good
Management and equipment was always short to many hours
LTO (Current Employee) – Manchester, PA – July 3, 2018
Typical day is pulling pallets from rack and case picking off them, also stocking a lot on heavy stocking days which are closer to end of week, management was very questionable at times with decisions, but worked out good in end Hardest part was keeping busy and making numbers most enjoyable part was clocking out
401k, union and seniorty, always opprotunity for overtime
management, the cold, worked 12 hours most days without choice, poor incentive
General Office Clerk (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 30, 2018
Dock clerks are overworked and underpaid. Not given nearly enough breaks; must know things they are not trained for plus they have little help to the multitude of tasks they are required to perform daily. Did I say overwork and underpaid?
LIFT TRUCK OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 29, 2018
The environment is relaxed and friendly. Job is fast pace. supervisors are experienced in doing the job. Only real down fall about working here is no further job opportunities and you work in a freezer.
Management (Former Employee) – Pasco, WA – June 27, 2018
This place was a horrible place to work for. They want to pay the minimum amount of pay for the maximum amount of work. Corporate has shady people working there that come in and make up procedures they know nothing about. There are some good people there but the shady ones make it miserable. Supervisors and the management team are over worked and under paid. This is an ok job if you have no other options, but the accountability will add up quick and you will get flushed out.
Decent pay for a young worker. But could be a litte better. Plenty of overtime opportunities.
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 18, 2018
I enjoyed the work atmosphere. The pay was decent for a young entry level warehouse worker. The overtime compensated for the lower hourly rate. The hours of operation were pretty decent being first shift.
Laid back atmosphere.
Lower entry level pay compared to most competitors in same field.
Productive and fun workplace with Pool table in the locker room. Safe and clean environment, what I liked was they are really big on safety. The supervisor team was decent. Really good place to work for.