Hallmark
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What is a typical day like for you at Hallmark?

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  • Having former employee and managers work put on you given short amount of time to do job with tons of work and boxes to unpack. Very short lunch break. False pay rate

  • Fun! Helping customers whether they come in knowing what they want & leave with it as well as something they didn’t know we had! Putting new shipment out, fulfilling online orders for customers, motivating & encouraging staff.

  • You will break your back lifting very heavy boxes and bending over awkwardly to store product under ‘flippers’. Your wrists will hurt and be permanently damaged from opening thousands of cards individually and you will have bandaids on your fingers from bleeding- I’m not kidding. Their fixtures are constantly breaking- cheap plastic and takes forever to get fixed- literally years. As a company, they don’t care about any of this. I asked about simple wrist guards and was told I complain to much and should look for another job. I just bought them myself. They were giving 25 cent raises a year- even for excellent work. Once a year, there was a meeting for all the merchandisers- in this cheap kids pizza place. They give you a cheap plastic ornament each year.

  • Varies on rhe store and time of year. Most of the time very laid back and easy

  • 8am you start 3 days a week.
    Monday Wednesday Friday and a potential Saturday if needed.

  • Go through and straighten up cards, bags, merchandise. Then check for new shipments in back of store. Put out back stock under flippers where needed.

  • A typical day during normal times, I'd get to work somewhere in the 2 hour window you have to clock-in. Most come as early as possible, so they can leave as early as possible. Check the board for you're assigned area for that day, get your work equipment, or stop at locker if you're using one. Go to order fill area, get your order, break down order, build your carton or cartons, select product, fill and send off orders. There are massive amounts of micro detail I'm leaving out. But that's the most basic gist of the Order Processor job.

  • We help customers, process online orders and stock and display new items.

  • Arrive at your assigned store location. Check in and check for shipments. Put them away and straighten. Check out then proceed to the next assigned location.

  • Checking in with my scanner. Getting buggies down the isle your working for the day. Removing all of the items in a section at time. Taking off all the fixtures adding new ones. Then scanning all the items you placed in a buggy to see where it goes on new fixtures or if it’s not to be placed then adding it to the discontinue pile.

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  1. What is a typical day like for you at Hallmark?