Supervisor (Current Employee) – Nampa, ID – May 23, 2018
It is a very challening place to work at. I my self enjoy a challenge so it was a good place for me to advance. Depending on which site you are located at there will be different types of work to do which all has its ups and downs.
Inventory Control Specialist (Current Employee) – Sikeston, MO – May 14, 2018
It is the lowest paying job in the region. You work in a building that is -20 degrees around the clock. The Supervisors are always pointing the fingers at each other to the point that a couple almost got fired from what another Supervisor has said that was proven to be false. There is no supervision in the warehouse, so the employees are running wild to the point that someone is going to end up hurt. There has been around 5+ people quit per shift each week in the last month.
No clock out for lunch
Very short breaks and mandatory overtime in sub-zero facility
Forklift Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 5, 2018
This was the worst place to work the management was poor, the warehouse was junky and unkepted the place was a complete death trap. It had holes in the concrete floor, the machinery were missing parts and the charging station for the machines had fraid wiring. On top for all that they don't respect your religious beliefs.
Short breaks, long hours, dangerous, and no respect
Ammonia Operator (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – May 5, 2018
They bought Versacold and it went downhill from there. No money for repairs. Bad relationship with the production crew. They broke things on purpose and laughed at you. Would get busted for illegal things, go back home, come back and the plant manager would try and hire them back under a new name.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 3, 2018
I really enjoy working for this company. This company was really good to me I would recommend that you work for this company if you like to work a lot of hours and you like to get a lot of money thank you
LTO (Former Employee) – Hatfield pa – April 27, 2018
No stability at all. Mananagement has no communication. They can't even have a stable schedule together. Steady revolving door. They can never tell the truth. We literally walked out of a meeting and our schedules were changed in less than an hour. I've constantly made adjustments for them since here, but yet can be fired. You have only 3 call out days. You have use your PTO if an emergency comes up. They're constantly firing people because of this system. You have no sick days.
Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Current Employee) – Carthage, MO – April 26, 2018
$13.88base pay to starting out at CarthageMO. The job itself is cake. You get accustomed to the cold environment especially when your work provided freezerwear isn't in proper working condition. Picking orders, driving a lift truck, stocking it's all straight forward and easy. What sucks about the job is the time frame in which you are expected to finish tasks via Red Prairie. Been here for less than a year and I've worked overtime an average of 20hrs a week, makes for a nice paycheck, but if you have a personal life or family dont ever expect to see them again! 1st year people only have 5 call ins. Planning appointments and such on your ddays off is a joke because you will get mandated to work and have to decide if your children's healthcare is more important than ur job! This place does not care about you.
No need to volunteer for OT, they force it on you.