Was not the worst experience, but also not the best.
Parcel Assistant and Management Support (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – November 12, 2018
A typical day at work consisted of waiting to clock in, going to our respective station/work area, pre-sort exercise/debrief, working hard then clocking out. Rarely did we work long enough for a break, let alone for a lunch.
The workplace atmosphere depended on each person. If one was having a bad day or had a bad attitude, the whole dock would be affected by it.
The management was dysfunctional. They have day-sort and twi-sort managers. In each sort, there was only one manager that really knew how to handle everything going on dock. I had to train one of the managers myself even though I was still only a part-time Parcel Assistant/Manager Support. Definitely could use work in that department.
Spirit weeks, had a mini store inside break area, easy to talk to most people
We hardly got breaks, almost never got lunches, hours were short, tiny paycheck even if you worked all week, most of the management was poor, almost impossible to reach benefits criteria