Full Time Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Eastvale, CA – August 28, 2018
Great place to work. Very physically challenging. Workplace culture was interesting - met a lot of nice people. Relaxed work atmosphere. Always supported to succeed by management. They want you to succeed. Pay was good & benefits were great.
Amazon Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – June 19, 2018
While working at amazon I definately learned a lot. It was a great experience and even though it was a lot to deal with (10 hour night shift) and the pestering about keeping a high Pack Rate it was nice to work there.
packer (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – March 30, 2018
worked long hours always on your feet. i learned to no matter what respect your managers no matter how rude they are to you and always provide excellent work no matter the consequences. The hardest part of the job was standing in the same place for consecutive hours. The most enjoyable was the break room.
Associate (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – August 14, 2017
A typical day at work would consider alot of standing in the same location for 10-12 hours. What i learned would be teamwork Management showed alot of favoritism, hard workers rarely rewarded. Hardest part of the job was standing in the same spot for 10 hours with nobody to talk to. Most enjoyable part were the people that worked there
Fullfillment Associate (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – May 2, 2017
-fast paced work; need to be comfortable working fast in order to meet quota -flexible work schedules. pt shifts available -great for students or those looking for extra income -work schedules most likely will include weekends -occasional employee appreciation days
fast paced, managers get rotated often, few parking spaces
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Patterson, CA – March 30, 2017
It's okay for a nonunion job. Turnover rate for employment is high due to the hours during holiday seasons. If new hires can make it through the sixty hour weeks in the winter it levels out in January. The break time and security policies are absolutely ridiculous. Other than that I'd work for them again.
Amazon Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – February 17, 2017
This job honestly would expect extra from you. When meeting expectations or above them they'd come up to you and ask for more. The breaks were so short. The good thing I think that came out of this job were all the free tylenol pills and things to get the job done if you forgot them.
Fulfillment Associate (Former Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – January 16, 2017
While the job itself is not that bad, what they ask of you makes the job unreasonable. You're never doing good enough for them. Not enough pay for the work. Breaks are not long enough. Screws your over with your final paycheck.
Fast paced, high demand environment with great workplace culture
Fulfillment Associate (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – June 23, 2015
Great company to work for as benefits are start on day one of orientation. Room for advancement if you put in due diligence. Management and HR are friendly and very helpful with any questions one may have. Very demanding in the sense that you must perform well under pressure in the peak season, and the physical demands are great as well. An associate usually walks 10-12 miles during a shift and work four 10hr shifts a week, with the opportunity for overtime. Mandatory overtime is required during peak season. Best part of the job is the culture and fast paced environment. Night shifts are difficult to adjust to, however there is compensation for night and weekend shifts. Overall, employees are greatly taken care of, while still maintaining customer focus.
Great break room, benefits day one, sufficient time off (PTO and UPTO), 4 days on/3 days off
tough adjusting to shift and demands, mandatory overtime