Very laid back, great job for single person with no responsibilities.
Weekly Stocker (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – February 11, 2018
This is a very autonomous job with limited interaction with superiors unless something goes wrong. You have to have excellent self-control or else it is extremely easy to slack off. There are no set start or end times, just recommendations to keep certain stores happy, and because of this your earning potential is truly based on how many stores you can stock each day. But the risk of that is, you may easily get assigned more stores than you can handle in one day if you show you are very fast at stocking. It is an extremely physical job. In the year of working I lost 150 lbs just because of how physical this job is. If you are not in at least a little shape, it will either benefit you or cause serious injury, lol. You have to drive A LOT. Some stores may be an hour away from your home or first store, not factoring in traffic. My direct supervisor was awesome, but very hard to get ahold of at times due to the massive amounts of coverage he had to oversee. I actually hate leaving this job just because my coworkers and my boss were so awesome, but being a single mom, this is not the job for me. I would totally recommend this to someone looking for something to do before they move on to something better.
Make your own hours, okay pay, easy to move up, free weight loss, great people.
Communication, some weeks might be slow, injury risk, wear and tear on personal vehicle, high risk of being worked to death.
Receiving department lead (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – July 26, 2018
This place has poor management and a really laughable HR department! The management stay in their little day shift bubble and pretent to run the facility! They allow people to show up whenever they want and never hold regular employees accountable for their bad behavior which includes drug use, theft, violence in the workplace, attendance problems, and so on! Pass on this job, and do yourself a favor !
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – July 16, 2018
The hours are terrible, the management doesn't fight or stick up for there employees when it comes to pay raises. A typical day is very crazy but it has down time when you are waiting for the trucks to arrive. Most enjoyable part of the job is when you clock out and go home. The things I learned there was because of me, and my fellow employee working together. Management doesn't train you or teach you how to use anything.
Promotional Demand Planner (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IN – July 7, 2018
The company overall is a good company, just poor Senior Management. Not a good handle as to what goes on daily and expectations are unrealistic. Co-workers are great people who are all working just as hard as yourself.
Was fast paced and labor intensive. Any option I had to advance was taken away while I was on maternity leave. My manager was amazing, but everyone else above him didn't care about the "little people" even thoight I worked extremely hard for them.
Inbound Specialist/Inbound Lead in Training (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – June 17, 2018
This particular warehouse was opened by a former truck driver, and someone who used to be HR at Sports Authority before they shut down. The manager had a big head and would never even consider tips and suggestions from people who had way more experience than he did with warehouse operations.
Picker/Packer (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 14, 2018
Awful place to work. You work 10 hours just to help other departments with lazy employees who don’t want to work! Management plays favorites really bad, and they have no compassion for people with families because most of them are single with no children and no life’s. You will NOT have family time because you will work 60 hour weeks! Very very under paid, and each passing day they get more stores which leads to longer and longer work days. I’ll pray for you if you apply.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – May 13, 2018
So I got a lengthy summary about this place. From the start this company sounded amazing. Long hours. Good pay. Considering for Stockton where most jobs wanna pay $11 or $12 an hour for like 12 hour shifts! When I started here I was making $16.50 working in the cooler and then the freezer a month later. Every day was 12+ hours. But just like anyone else you’ll eventually get tired of working so much and never being at home. The reason for this is because most of your co workers aren’t helpful and lazy. They turn a 15 minute break into a lunch break. Supervisors ignore the problem and don’t say anythig to them! People wouldn’t clock out right away on lunch giving them close to an hour lunch break. Again management wouldn’t say anything but they were aware of the problem. And then everyone wants to complain because it’s 12am and we’re not even done working yet. If management did their job and enforced these policies we could Be out earlier than we were. What do they do instead? They hire like 30 people. Don’t even have enough pallet jacks or gladiators for everyone. Now the hours are finally cut to 8 or 9 a day and people still do cheat the system. I can’t imagine how much money DC33 is wasting on all that stuff . When the problem was that they let the workers do whatever they want. Like I said, now they’re working 8 or 9 hours maybe 10 on a busiest day now. And you still get paid bi weekly for a not so big check now. I got my CDL A and bounced out of this place! The money was good but it’s even better to be making more than I was in a 14 hour shift just in a 8 hour shift andmore... I still get my weekends too. Corporate needs to step in and seriously see how things are ran here. Because it’s done so poorly. Injuries almost every other day. Stupid little safety meetings that no one goes to. I’ve been to the KEHE in Portland and they’re the best! Things need to look like that.less
Picker (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – May 10, 2018
Constantly pulled to other departments after you complete your work, or stay and help the next shift. No real family time, wouldn't let me leave 2 hours early to go to a family funeral. The people are lazy and not team players, they will go out and sit in their vehicles for an hour when you shoe up to help them out.