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Stacking Chips
Bulk Order Picker (Current Employee) –  Federal Way, WAJune 13, 2019
A typical day is stacking boxes of chips on to carts, then loading the carts on to trucks. This is a very physical job. The pay is nice but you have to work for it. We all go home when everything is done. Could be 7 hours or could be 12.
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Nice place to work
Detailer (Former Employee) –  Chesapeake, VAJuly 17, 2019
Working here was nice, I started about 7am would finish about 4pm . Move at a steady pace while detailig and your day goes pretty fast. As a detailer you're going to different stores stocking shelves.
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For a big company they should be more consistent
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) –  Wichita KansasJuly 17, 2019
Incredible managers they will go out of the way for you but the company itself is on organized. When your Supposed to receive your product and it takes five hours later to receive your product that messes up your family time. the hours were all over the place and you don’t know what time you’re gonna get off. It was never consistent.
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