Don't work for them if you don't have to.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – October 12, 2018
Granted, Deseret Industries gave me a job to do. But they pigeon-hole their employees into working in retail. That's all they train for. Add to this the fact that their management is weak, and they (the managers, not the company) go back on their word fairly regularly, it isn't a very positive working environment. Yes, I worked a fair amount of hours, and yes, I was paid fairly. But that's all that happened. They claimed to offer me productive jobs and then gave excuses as to why I wasn't qualified when I asked them about working there. I suppose I should give management some leeway, considering there are six of them and they all make decisions together as a council, so not everyone obviously has the same mind, and they have to make adjustments. But if you want to productive job with a high ceiling for advancement, don't work here at all if you don't have to.
Good coworkers, some of the best people I've met in my life. Fair pay, good hours.
Management goes back on their word, you can only work part-time, they're not that flexible with a school schedule.