Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – June 19, 2018
I had been working there a month. then the harassment started. it was mild at first I let it go. Then it got to the point they were trying to physically hurt me. I reported it to the managers and one of the assistant managers laughed about it with the person who was the ring leader of the harassment. I then reported it to HR and they said and I quote "what do you want us to do about it?" I left right on the spot.
Its a great place to start out if you have "0" experience with picking and or driving equipment. Only requirements for most jobs they offer is basic math skills. There is a lot of heavy lifting in all areas and positions in the warehouse.
Free popcorn and bottle water. Can play pop a shot for break.
Supervisor, Training Department (Current Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – May 23, 2018
Long hours Production, Checking, Pulling Totes, Supvisory, Training, Backup Limited opportunities Building relationships and Building Department At times, the current management seems to limited to how much can be done to improve
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – May 22, 2018
at eby you have a set start time and no set end time. this makes it incredibly hard to plan for anything with a family. this coupled with the poor rate of pay and no overtime makes it hard to support yourself.
A typical day at Eby-Brown consists of hooking your tractor up to your route specified trailer. Doing PTI and checking all route manifest insuring no extra stops and getting a general feel of how large your deliveries will be for that day. Typically 8-10 deliveries per route ranging anywhere from 60-130 pieces. Work is long and sometimes heavy but you only work 4 days per week plenty of time for rest and relaxation
The people were great but the hours you have no time for family and you dont make enough money to raise a family. If you are going to work there do not make it an extended stay it will tear your body up and its not worth it.
Needs a ton of improvement to transportation and warehouse.
Driver (Former Employee) – Springfield, OH – May 3, 2018
Everyone is the front office there were pleasant and always great to talk to. The transportation manager and the 3rd shift manager were the best, one driver trainer was also a great guy. The rest of the management here lacks any idea how to treat people or have the ability to do the job in front of them. They show extreme favoritism and will stab you in the back in an instant. This could be a decent job if not for all the stupidity and two faced people, like all jobs you have good and bad. With that said the morale here form all the bad sucks.
Markiting Representive (Former Employee) – Indiana – April 27, 2018
My day started when l got up and checked my emails from work. Then l went to see my customers. I learned how to talk to people. Management always helped me out if l needed help. I worked from home only went to the office for meetings. Trying to collect money from customers that didn't want to pay there bill. It was different everyday. I had certain customers I had to see on certain days but the rest of the week I never knew where l was going till l got there.
I got samples of new products.
Customers that had an NFS check and trying to collect the money.