Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – September 17, 2018
Fast paced work environment and requires a lot of walking. I learned to pick and pull orders using hand guns to make sure the correct items were allocated. Management is down to earth. People in the work culture are nice. Nothing is hard about the position I am in. I enjoy the people.
I do not think Galls is the best place to work for.
Accounts Receivable Liaison/AR Specialist (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – September 30, 2018
I am not fond of working at Galls. When someone ask me about employment at Galls I do not recommend them. But I want to move on from there. Even I am employed there is not a place I would like to continue to work for.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 29, 2018
Growth by acquisition, not development. Horrible apathetic management both sales and operations. Very hostile and political work environment. To correct this would take a complete restructure top down. (If the brokerage that owns this company is paying attention, I would highly recommend you do just that.) Service, processes and communication are horrible. Steer clear, this company is a soul crusher.
Lead Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – August 13, 2018
Galls corporate culture was toxic while I was there. They cared more about getting everything from their people and loaded more on them when people left. They seldom filled open positions and instead loaded more responsibilities on those still there. They have lost many of the problems in CS Management but some still remain. Galls LLC cares more about their investors then they do about their employees and customers. Do yourself a favor and look for employment elsewhere.
Large company, paid less than industry standards, benefits were good, co-workers are great
Toxic working environment, terrible corporate culture, no advancement, managers in customer service need training in how to manage people
manager (Former Employee) – Florida – August 10, 2018
You will have SEVERAL interviews with different people, they will drag you through their process over the course of several weeks, and then disappear and stop returning calls and emails. They recently acquired another company and they are disorganized. Their goals are just not realistic or achievable. Just say no
A pretty good place to work with an overall healthy management.
Pick/Pack Associate (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – July 23, 2018
Galls is a decent warehousing job that does provide sufficient benefits for their full time employees. The pay is pretty good, but could be higher for the hard work that's done throughout certain parts of the warehouse, especially due to the extreme temeperatures in the summer and winter. However, the management is good overall and most supervisors seem to care about their employees and try to do the best they can to make the work environment better. The only real downlow of the job is the constant overtime which can take away from your weekends off and on throughout each month.
Good managment and comfortable workculture with good benefits
Alot of overtime, even into Sundays at times and extreme temperatures at the peak of summer and winter
Small Agency Account Manager (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – March 29, 2018
did more than my share of work...there were people that were cutthroats on agency orders and people were just not friendly. I have a back condition that was always looked over. I worked very hard and didn't make that much money.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – February 15, 2018
I was literally harassed on the job by my boss and he demanded work to be done by barging orders and speaking to me like a person. The communication was terrible, hours were really long and they wanted you to work every Saturday and not have a life. I would never go back.
Seamstress/Tailor (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 7, 2018
I was hired in at 30 hours. Once I volunteered to work 40 hrs, they wouldn't honor my part time hours when I needed to return to working part time. Overwork. Overtime was offered to selected people. Needed improvements in store but yet it was spent on uniforms that were not needed. Discrimination.
Discrimination, overworked, no acknowledgement unless ur mexican.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – February 3, 2018
My store was bought out by Galls and then slowly bled dry. After multiple contacts with the regional manager, it was clear the corporate side had no interest in helping this store grow. They will throw you away without a second thought on an impulse decision.