Very past-paced, Extreme Weather Environment, Extreme manual labor
Expeditor/Forklift Driver (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 31, 2018
The job isn't so hard, it will take a couple weeks of getting your body used to the labor. But it pays decent and anybody could learn it, with time. There are definitely favorites, however, and if they don't like you, or you're not in "the group" just know that you're going to have to work harder, and your job is less secure. It's pretty bad how the favoritism is up there. The supervisors are relaxed and not too hard on you, but the noticeable differences in favoritism trickle down to your peers/coworkers. That's where you experience most of the differences in how you're treated. And yes, even though the supervisors are relaxed, you will never see one of the "favorites" get fired or in trouble over anything. Everyone else is hanging on by a thread.
VERY short breaks/not, enough breaks/not enough time to eat after the walk it takes to get to and from the break room, ALWAYS changing up standard policies and getting in trouble when you don't know something you weren't even taught
Favoritism, Get in trouble over EVERYTHING