Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Waite Park, MN – November 13, 2018
A lot of labor for little money don’t get me wrong a job is job but unloading and loading trucks for split pay per load is not my idea job even though it is minimum wage per hour regardless of the load.
Worst place to ever work jewels and capstone should be shut down
Shipping Clerk (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – November 13, 2018
Be careful dealing with these crooks you work long hour 745-7 daily they don’t have set schedule for leaving and the pay sucks if you like to get rip off this a place for you they don’t pay overtime and production is not enough to see anything don’t fall for this scam they need to be reported
Picker (Current Employee) – Chambersburg, PA – November 10, 2018
There is a strong lack of management and supervision. The job is very dependent on other's work ethic. Coworkers do not exhibit the same amount of effort of others due to the lack of supervision and disciplinary measures for those who do not do their job.
Friendly coworkers and pay is decent
lack of management, no benefits prior to 90 days of employment, and defective system
Site Manager (Current Employee) – Auburn, WA – November 9, 2018
Capstone, from the outside would seem like a great place to work. They salaries for managers and above are great but the workload and lack of understanding for family life are terrible. Directors and above are horrible. Mean, brutal, and unfair would be three words I would definitely use to describe their management style. At one point I was working 6 15 hour days and that was not even enough for my boss. They are brutal and have no care in the world for the person doing the work. People are just bodies, they value no one.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – November 5, 2018
I currently work here and for the most part you make really good money you just have to be motivated to show up and work i currently make about 17 bucks an hours and i've only been here almost 4 months my checks are getting bigger and bigger my biggest check so far has been over 500 in a week so very good pay as long as you put in the work
Receiving Clerk (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – November 5, 2018
I really love this job. This is a great experience and I look forward to learning every day. The ethical position of this job is at a high standard and I appreciate the level of experience this job offers.
Well where do i start? I was thrown into this role with no coaching what so ever. First off this company doesn’t own any of its own businesses and everything is done by who ever buys there services. Your partner is your boss more then your actual manager. I got released because “the partner wasn’t happy” which means if you don’t do what they want you fail. I literally had my own supervisor tell me f you to my face in front of my employees and my manager aka director lol what a joke of a boss said he would do an investigation. Never did. I fired him and to be released and have him back at work as we talk. They don’t follow there own rules or there or fundamentals as a company. The partner said your employees smell like weed, told my boss he said we can’t have that ok? And let them go. This place is a joke in a half, go in for midnight and don’t get out until noon the next day. No work life balance at all and no support. You move loads around and play with people’s money for payroll to make it even when they don’t even work for that certain load. That’s what they teach you. Stay far away from a joke of a company like this. Waste of 8 months. Not to mention the Incest everyone is either dating or related. They expect you to hire everyone yourself so you are hr, and you do all orientations and on boarding yourself and a 26% turnover rate you can’t control. Not worth 60k so have fun!
Operator (Current Employee) – Pooler, GA – October 31, 2018
I worked weekend shifts (6AM-4:30PM Thursday-Sunday) for 2 years. Capstone Logistics offers competitive pay but at a step price. Management is sub-par at best. Great co workers but team morale is low. The best time to work for this company is peak season. The hardest part of this job is actually getting tickets to make production
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Greenwood, IN – October 30, 2018
Capstone helped me to build my skill sets in areas that I had not had the opportunity in past positions. I learned how to read and understand P&L statements and was able to practice HR skills with hiring, orientation, discipline and termination of employees.
Lead (Current Employee) – Jonesville, SC – October 29, 2018
Been working here for over 6 years and it's getting worse by the day.1st off poor management.Site management lacks authority, Loads not probably handled out evenly upon unloaders, favoritism with loads,A complete rip off at times...
This job is as stressful as any warehouse job can get to be you have got to keep moving and counting.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – October 26, 2018
The more you keep yourself in a useful vessel that is the heart of this company. Do not be what slows down the line of production.Learning to keep the Iines of communication open and clear will make for an extremely well adapted team.
Warehouse Worker/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Griffin, GA – October 24, 2018
I am a current employee and I am not thrilled with the job but I am very happy with my over all experience. Through this job I am now certified to operate many different kinds of heavy machinery safely and correctly