Warehouse Associate II (Former Employee) – Shakopee, MN – September 19, 2018
I just left the shakopee location worst job I've ever had they work you until you physically can't anymore and receiving is a mess. My advice stay away from this place. Poor management who only save themselves. Until managament changes I can't see this place changing at all. Ask what your job title is beforehand. You dont wanna jump into anything you aren't prepared for. That's my advice of the shakopee warehouse. The company at whole seems like a nice company. It's just operations managers who have no clue what there doing.
12 plus hours everyday never know when youre getting out
Specialist - Wholesale Distribution (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – September 19, 2018
Meet and made good friends. Not all coworkers carried their weight. This was a call center environment with distribution functions. You also received email and fax request. You also had to answer questions on billing and connect customers to their sales representatives.
New upper management only concern with their paycheck
Specialist - Wholesale Distribution (Former Employee) – Rockville, MD – September 17, 2018
Management not always forthcoming. When the decision was made to close an office one manager made sure she had a job none of her direct reports. Could have allowed employees to work from home and keep their jobs
I was with the company through a few acquisitions and of course some things changed. During my matriculation, I had the opportunity to take several business/management courses and learned that at while at times I may not have been the best employee I wasn't equipped with management that were involved in any continuing education to utilize employees strengths. More and more companies are turning away from authoritative managing and creating a more relational atmosphere. I would have loved to been a part of that.
You have to be able to keep up with your metrics, but you also have to strive for accuracy. Otherwise, you will be let go! I had 100% accuracy every month I was there, but my metrics weren't high enough and I was let go at Christmas.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – September 11, 2018
I worked in the Dropship Department and did a specific job took a lower pay cut to be in that position. But then after a few months they started adding on new tasks and additional work and we never got paid for the extra work.
This is a failing warehouse and they are at least trying to fix the company. Half the managers and leads are good the other half are lazy which is to be expected. Your co workers here will complain about all the overtime while standing around talking and not doing any work. A few leads do the same thing. If you do a good job you'll be expected to do 2 other peoples job as well. The thing that bothers me personally the most, is that there's a racist African American (Anyone can be racist your skin doesn't change that) who picks upstairs in zone B that the company refuses to do anything about. PTO and pay are decent and hours are terrible.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 8, 2018
Really good job, but the hours where crazy you had no time out you worked until you finish and after you finish you clean so you get out pretty late I have a 4 year old that also needs his mother so i could’nt do for the hours
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – September 5, 2018
Colleagues were fantastic. The training was inadequate and sub par. Not enough information supplied to learn the insurance certification which made it difficult and no binders or information to follow. Only two trainers to 65 people and very hard to get concerns addressed. Only after second week they want to accredit everyone when there is supposed to be eight weeks of training.
Started as Inside Sales rep then promoted to outside but ran into a buzz saw of a newly promoted District Manager that was not involved in my coming onboard, so tried his damndest to get rid of me and he did!