LifeSupplyUSA
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LifeSupplyUSA Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    55 Talmadge Rd
  • Link
    LifeSupplyUSA website
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Reviews

Business Developer in United States
on February 10, 2022
I started working at LifeSupplyUSA in 2019 doing simple data entry-- but as time went on, all of my strengths were recognized. As a Business Developer, I oversee the products on our stores, product packaging, sale promotions, partnering with new stores, and so much more. The best part of my work is utilizing all of my favorite skills. I use my background in visual arts, writing, organizing, problem-solving, etc. and it is very satisfying to see the tangible results of my work!I've watched this company grow so much in such a short time. My 3-year anniversary is coming up soon, the company also just had its 5-year anniversary. We have significantly increased sales, become suppliers for new stores, and upgraded our location. Admittedly, our founding location in Edison, we can all agree was a little rough. Today, we've expanded and moved our location to Orange, which is awesome!! It's big and spacious, it's bright (lots of natural lighting), and we are surrounded by great places to eat you could just walk to. Everyone is really nice and very helpful, you never have to be afraid to ask questions. Management is wonderful. I'm grateful to have a healthy work environment. Ecommerce is a rewarding field of work and I'm so proud to represent this team! Thank you, LifeSupplyUSA!
Manager in Remote
on February 23, 2021
I started a few months ago and I can already notice that the environment is nice, people are really working together to get things done, there's a good work/personal life balance, and a good level of autonomy in my work. It's always pleasant to see that a company is growing and giving opportunities to the employees to grow with it.
Graphic Designer in United States
on September 8, 2020
I have been working for LifeSupplyUSA since 2017 and my experience has been quite pleasant. I work as a graphic designer and graphic consultant. Speaking of the owner, my work has always been respected, my personal treatment has always been professional, friendly, supportive and respectful, he directs me in the best way, answers my questions clearly and is clear with what he requests, all prioritizing my personal stability. The relationship with my colleagues has been more than good, they are all very nice and professional in what they do, they are very dedicated to their work, which makes time and work more pleasant and easy. Regarding payments, I have had no problem, they are always on time and without any problems.
Inventory Analyst in Edison, NJ
on September 8, 2020
The work culture here is amazing! All the coworkers here are very nice, helpful and wonderful people. You can ask them questions and they are always willing to help you out with whatever you need. The CEO is also a swell person. He does not hound, pressure or micromanage you to get your work completed. Also, he's very open-minded and willing to listen to any ideas or suggestions you have to make your work more efficient. Lastly, the work hours are great(8:30-4:30) and you get to leave early on Fridays(4:00). With the amazing coworkers and boss, it makes my job and the work environment stress free!
Digital Marketing Manager in Edison, NJ
on May 11, 2020
I worked at LifeSupplyUSA for a period of 6 months in 2018 and 2019. The working conditions were poor. The office is up three flights of stairs and I was not given the option of using an elevator. There were no rest rooms on the floor where the office was, so in order to use the restroom I had to use the stairs. We were not allowed to eat at our desks and were only given 1/2 hour for lunch. Because the only cafeteria we were allowed to use was shared by the warehouse staff, wait times for microwaves were often long and there was very little seating available unless I took my lunch at off-times. The office staff usually took their lunch break after 3:00pm due to this. Our workspaces consisted of plastic folding picnic tables. The outlets were metal boxes that stuck out of the floor, causing many stubbed toes. There was no health insurance, 401K, or other benefits at all. The owner/management was intimidating. The management in the office often yelled loudly and angrily at warehouse workers and on phone conversations. The owner hired workers and let them go very liberally. In my time there, 67% of the office workers that were hired were laid off within days, weeks or months. Another 22% rage quit without giving notice; one walked out in the middle of the work day. That leaves 11% who lasted longer than just a few months. I was in constant fear of losing my job, and eventually I was a casualty, receiving a text message on a weekend that the company could not afford to keep me. The building itself was in disrepair. The wooden staircase into the warehouse was rotting and wobbly. The stairwell was poorly lit, unclean, and there were cracks in the walls so bad you could see daylight through them. The heaters in the office were not adequate, causing the staff to wear their heavy winter coats and use handwarmers and space heaters to keep warm. The space heaters often caused the power outlets to become overloaded, so the office would lose power. The ceiling leaked badly, causing the walls and carpets to become wet. There were extension cords running through the ceiling panels. The warehouse had no shelving, so boxes were perilously piled on top of each other. Due to the intimidation of the owner and management, my mental health suffered while I was there. I also feared for my safety due to the working conditions and the condition of the building. Three positive aspects of working at LifeSupplyUSA were a rigid 9-5 schedule, comfortable chairs, and a casual dress code. I would not recommend this company to anyone.

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