Team Member (Former Employee) – Redlands, CA – July 25, 2018
they did not teach new employees how to do their job and hired many people that wouldn't show up after 2-3 days, so it made difficult to find good coworkers that would last until the job was completed.
General labor/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – June 20, 2018
This is a great place to get your foot in the door. Yes, the pay wont be terrific if you are starting out, but that is to be expected. This agency gave me a variety of options even though i had little to no work experience. The employees there were a great help and they made finding work a less stressful situation. I am glad to have started there.
executive (Former Employee) – Cypress, CA – June 15, 2018
Kimco is a horrible staffing agency - their employees are hands down the rudest and unprofessional in the staffing industry. One shouldn't use Kimco unless all their other employment opportunities are exhausted.
Over all a good place to work for and different type of people.
Forklift operator (Former Employee) – California – June 12, 2018
Every morning we did an exercise and stretch before work. My job was as a loader and unloader using a docker and clamp truck. Management was firm but workable. during breaks we played the Wii game and socialized with one another or took a lunch. There was nothing hard about the job so long as you paid attention to detail and followed instructions.what I like most was the air condition building we worked in.
i had fun working at kimco but the commute for me was not a cup of tea.
Kimco Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 27, 2018
Its always busy since its located inside an international airport and we took care of one of the busiest airport in New York (JFK-t4). I loved what I was doing and I love the people that I worked with but the only problem was no benefits as such , except for the parking permit they gave us, which was free around the time I worked with them. I couldn't use the parking permit because I don't own a car. its completely ok to me take the public transportation but most of the time my schedule would fall at very odd hours and that was the problem. it wasn't safe for me because I had to take a train and then transfer to bus.waiting for the train or bus to arrive would give me goosebumps everynight or early morning.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – May 7, 2018
I would have to come in and handle all the work that the previous shift didn't finish with my boss and fellow co-workers EVERY DAY. It was one of the best first jobs in the world when I first started but nothing lasts forever.