This company cares about its associates and its clients. They go above and beyond to provide opportunities to learn and grow. Departments collaborate and you are provided with all the resources you need to fulfill your role. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to advance into another role because they focus on experience for most new hires, and if you don't already have the experience it is difficult to gain it without the opportunity to do so. This is understandable from a business perspective, but can be disappointing if you plan to grow beyond your current role. People stay with this company. I would have too, had I not wanted to relocate closer to family. Remote positions do come open from time to time, but again, they hire experience.
Provide person development opportunities, great benefits, good salary
This is a nice laid back place to work , I think the company growth has taken away from the companies original core values. At this time the position does not match with my education level and experience.
QA (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – September 12, 2018
This company is all about the bottom line, and they don't care how they get there. They turn a blind eye to unethical behavior within management, and intimidate those who try to live up to their "standards of excellence" in real life. Honesty is NOT the best policy here, and will get you in trouble, prevent you from success, and prevent such things as promotions and advancement. Human resources is a joke, and definitely is on the side of management. They go with the cheapest thing around regarding benefits. Everything has a dollar sign attached to it, and if it doesn't make the company money, then they don't want to entertain the thought; regardless of how beneficial for others, or more efficient it is. Beware of favoritism and cliques. If you aren't part of it, you will not advance.
Varied vendors in cafeteria, sometimes can telecommute, varied job openings, volunteer opportunities, some very knowledgeable staff
poor benefits, favoritism, toxic culture, PTO had to be taken in 4 hour blocks
HELP DESK SUPPORT (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – August 9, 2018
It was a pretty chill place to work. Everyday was business as usual. You don't really get an opportunity to learn new things but the place was fun. Management had an sub-par to okay attitude. OT was frowned upon, missing days for any reason extremely frowned up on, and raises were not even possible. Overall, I really enjoyed the people @ Inmar but it wasn't a very good job and definitely not a career. This job did get me the experience I needed to go into real IT.
No chance of advancing. Tight spending for employees. Very little days off.
MACHINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – July 17, 2018
Come in at 5:55 clock in at 6am .. head to the back of the warehouse to Napa parts , get my scanner and computer ready , turn my head phones on and work , it’s very easy . Very fun and loving workplace . The only bad thing is we only had 2 10 minute breaks and 20 minute lunch
Business Development/Healthcare/Account Management (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – July 7, 2018
Wokrday consists of scheduling webinars for current clients and potential clients. Innovative work environment. Management was very accommodating. The selling cycle was anywhere from6 months to 1 year.
Reverse Logistics Scanner (Current Employee) – Breinigsville, PA – June 28, 2018
This was only supposed to be temporary for me. A typical night consisted of unloading pallets of store returns or 500 pieces. The hardest part of the job was the lack of safety for the employees. They did however were very considerate in dealing with injury.
Office & Administrative (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 19, 2018
Good entry point to gain experience in office work. Little room for upward mobility in the company and some of the manager's management style is intrusive and leads to stunted productivity, others are good, so this is a variable. Coworkers are very helpful and ecouraging which makes work enjoyable.
FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 4, 2018
There were often times when there was absolutely no work available. Subject to go home early on any day. Never know what your role is going to be on a daily basis. Management doesn't have a hold of the work environment, yet expects more than average production.
The work facility is definitely state of the art. One of the best things about working for Inmar was the morning meetings with our CEO. He would either have students from The School of the Arts, or some type of motivational music playing.