Not worth your sanity and health
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Kaukauna, WI – March 22, 2019
Managers don't communicate with each-other and will scold you if you don't know the 'basics' that you were never taught. When there's an issue, nobody knows what will happen. Make sure you don't fall ill during flu season, you may get let go. You work until the work is done; a lot of overtime is required. It's five days a week, usually 13-14 hour days, although we've had plenty of 16's. I worked full-time in the beginning and went part-time. I was told that I would work 28 hours for part-time, and it's a position that you work three days a week. I was working 36+ hours a week, in three days time, for their so-called PT. The training is a joke. I found out a month and a half in that I should have been clocking into a different job code for the first ten minutes of my shift. They had me take a quiz before I started- it involved things that I had never worked with and didn't know the names of. I wish I would've failed it so I didn't have to experience working there.
I kept in contact with someone who was still there after I left. They told me they've recently had 20+ hour days. You still have to be on time for your next shift if you work the day after. There isn't a union.
It's a great job if you never want a social life and desire a sore body.
60+ hour work weeks, poor management and training