CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – November 3, 2018
This is the worst company I've ever worked for.they do mass hiring to then let them go with no worry no benifits..they use their employees based on season they promise you full time perm position with great pay. But that never happens they will fire you and keep rehiring over and over
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 26, 2019
Bed bugs, high percentage of employees>(pre-lease programs), unprofessional staff, hookups, unreliable training, employment and hrs.sketchy base on contract and how customers are spoken to along with the hours (slow days, less hours).
As I said weekly pay
1/2 hr. Lunch, bed bugs, employees, frontend staff
Associate (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – May 5, 2017
Nice place to work. Easy money. Frinedly co-workers. Clean and comfortable environment. Friends and coworkers become family. Fun atmosphere. Everyone was down to earth. Hardest part about the job was the long hours.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Lyndhurst, NJ – September 11, 2012
Workers at this facility have to put up with a lot of set back. Recognition is not given when deserved. Unqualified people are put in positions that aren't deserved, but when qualified people reserve the right for certain positions they are denied. There is circle built for whom in management wants to be in certain positions which is not good work ethics. Due to so many people that deserve it.
Deli Manager (Former Employee) – Korea, VA – June 21, 2013
opening Deli on time with 6 local hires in Osan Korea working alongside Korean Workers supporting them and teaching them American ways of operation along side health department. Main part of my job was inventory, admin and promotions to move all products and keep them at controlled tempatures working with the public is always one of my favorites
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – August 9, 2017
Work in a cellular, team-based manufacturing environment using equipment and skill to produce high quality automotive fiber-based molded and die-cut products *Meet daily safety requirements production schedule, and quality system standards *Conduct problem solving for continuous improvement activities in addition to standard work production duties
Product Manager (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – August 7, 2015
If you ever wanted to work someplace where it was clear from the beginning that you were valued as a person, this is the place. However, the company faces significant challenges in penetrating their target markets. These challenges may be insurmountable.