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About the company

  • CEO
    L. Gene Clark
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale


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Warehouse Associate in Durant, OK
on February 11, 2021
If you need money and can ignore your body getting worn down then this jobs perfect. It’s just like the post office but without the benefits or holidays off, and double the work load. During busy season(March-October) there is mandatory overtime. You will be fired for not working extra shifts. Like the idea of overtime? Oh you better come in on your day off but we might just tell you no OT today because the time you came in wasn’t convenient enough, try overnights. The hours for day shifts have been known to change frequently. You have kids, school, or any kind of socially life? To bad, they want you to work. Get sick? No sick leave but you get points taken away until your fired! Want to try getting promoted/transferred to something better? There is no better. Either the labor is hard (not kidding), the equipment is broken and slows you down which messes up your metrics, or the management sets double standards. Everyone is pitted against each other. Meetings are held often to talk about the dangers you put people in when using warehouse equipment and drama in the workplace but no moves to correct the issues (disgruntled employee cat fights(seriously)) or remove the dangers (your new coworker that got an hour of training on equipment that can permanently disable you) it will all just have to work itself out. It’s about your bad ‘culture’ when you don’t get a raise after jumping through all their silly hoops to keep your job. You cannot make mistakes they will weed you out. They are constantly hiring 4-10 new people for the same 400 or so jobs each week. If you make it to six months you’re considered a veteran. Play the game right and you might make it to a year but it’s rare.
Supervisor in Lancaster, PA
on July 6, 2021
Work at Clark is typically not that bad. At times it can feel autonomous and boring, but that's not the worst thing ever. People are for the most part great to be around, management is hit or miss.
Customer Solutions Specialist in Dayton, NV
on May 17, 2021
If you like to be challenged and grow as a person, this job is for you. The company operates under the belief that if you take care of your employees, they will take care of your customers. The expectations are high, but compensation reflects that. This was the first job I ever had where I could actually see myself making a career of it.
Packer/consolidation in Madisonville, KY
on May 6, 2021
I've been at Clark's going on 8 months and I love it. It's not for everyone though. You HAVE to have good work ethic and a great attitude. Most of the work is physically demanding but it's work for a reason. I feel as though it's definitely a rewarding place to work. You will see quite a few colleagues advance in positions through various factors such as attendance points, attitude, how well they do their job, how long they've been there, ETC.Although one or two team leads still have a lot of room for improvement. And if you have been there for a minute and just can't get the feel for the position you were hired for they will work with you and try to find the right spot for you. Not to mention the pay and bonuses. I've seen many bad reviews and much has changed for the better since those reviews. Great place to work in Madisonville. Speaking from experience working on the weekend shift, every shift differs some, but all in all, pretty great place!
Hourly Associate in Bloomsburg, PA
on April 13, 2021
At the Bloomsburg warehouse it feels like we are building something together. Not everyday is perfect, but I feel like we are all working hard to make a great work environment as well as a successful business. In an area of the country where companies are failing, it is great to be a part of a company that is growing. Managers ask how we are doing and take the time to listen. I enjoy going to work and look forward to seeing my co-workers. I'm learning new skills and find it easy to ask for help when I need it from my co-workers as well as my supervisors.

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Give me a statement without using the work service in it. Who are your heroes and why? What was the last book you read.

Shared on February 12, 2019

I work at least eight hours monday through friday, but on monday we usually work nine hours.

Shared on September 30, 2018

If you could have dinner with someone alive or dead, who would it be and why? Strengths and weaknesses

Shared on March 13, 2018

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