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If you can speak and read English and your not an idiot. Do not waste your time with this place. That being said, If you do aspire to attain the IQ of a box of rocks, you can’t read, or you’ve managed to attain felonies that don’t pertain to identity theft, swing on in. They’ll hire you and let you work yourself to the bone. Ask about the low wages and high turnover rate in your interview though. Consistently understaffed, Supervisors have no clue about anything going on they can’t see from their office or computer, Wages that barely keep up with retail. Overall, If you do apply, you’ll want to quit within 60 days.


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High stress, multiple ethnicity, several languages spoken other than English.

Answered - Mail Inserter Operator / Spoilage & Recovery Clerk (Former Employee) - Chanhassen, MN

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Terrible, no help or support

Answered - Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) - Hamburg, PA

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Aside from poor management, the production environment was clean and coworkers were great. I made several friends there.

Answered - Recovery Center Technician-Mail+Gard (Former Employee) - Warminster, PA

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