Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Virgina – December 30, 2017
It's a fast paced job which I prefer. However, management leaves a bit to be desired. daily hours can exceed 13 hours in peak season. Hardest part of the job is having to pull your weight as well as others that are paid more. I enjoy this job as I flourish in a fast paced, quick thinking and trying to organize to make the flow better. (though not expected of others)
DIGITAL CARE REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Carrollton, TX – November 14, 2017
Carrier has a lot of problems ranging from overworked employees to management simply not caring. The lower level workers are great but management tends to never be around when you need them. Most problems are buried in emails going back and forth, causing confusion among multiple apartments.
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Sterlington, LA – August 28, 2017
I would still be there today if they hadn't changed pay structure every year . I gave this company my all and they kept trimming in the wrong areas. A man that has made his living on commission and keeps hitting sales plan needs to be left alone. They do not value employees but instead feel that you are just a number and there are ten more that can do your job. Good Luck, relationships and people matter!
Great Equipment, Great Training, Great Benefits
Poor Management, Publicly traded, cuts expenses in wrong areas- through their people
Distribution Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 5, 2017
Carrier provides a great platform for new employees to the HVAC distribution market. Plenty of room for advancement to the driven type but very little compensation given the publicly traded and controlled atmosphere and business platform.
Great place to earn a liveing the job that I was given was just for me and the people on 2nd shift wasn't hard to work with my trainer was we'll trained the perduction was set a little high but that's why it a job
Great company to work for, great pay, and easy staff to work with.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – November 11, 2016
To work in the warehouse, great forklift skills are needed. The air handerlers are very top heavy and can tip over very easily if not careful. Very expensive equipment to load and unload so a steady hand is greatly needed.
Positive staff, meet new people on daily base, awesome managers, easy to move to higher posision.