Empty Tote/Driver (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – January 19, 2019
First, you have to wait for them to call you for apposition opening. The staffing company doesn't know everything that goes on at the location you are in. Lies about hours wont get a raise unless hired on by another company. the only good thing that keeps workers is the people that you work with
Warehouse/Floor positions (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 23, 2018
Too busy days at work. I learned a new style of warehouse works. Management is a good one. There are workers with differents cultures which are nice people. Raise the salari more often as the hardest part of the job is to care those heavy boxes. Knowing new and nice people makes enjoyable the job and the time goes fast. start paying since you get out from home when you go and back from work. The breaks and lunck times are shorts. They should provide something to care our cloths to avoid to be broken from the tables and the boxes.
A typical day of work usually means loading and unloading boxes at a steady pace and doing paperwork for the trucks being loaded. Not the cleanest job but it's not filthy, only so much can be done about the dust from the boxes. I had no issue with management. I recommend working with a friend, this job requires teamwork and communication. Love the flexible hours.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 14, 2018
They had a ad stay that had 12 an 14 hr jobs only to get there for my interview to do a drug test and to be told that the only position they have is $10 an hour total waste of time why post advertisements about work that y'all don't even have
Thank you for your feedback, we always look forward to hearing from our employees. Our job openings are constantly changing with the needs of our clients. As such, hours and availability of shifts will also change. Please feel free to contact the branch you worked with directly if you have any additional feedback. - Malone Team
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Can't contact people. Website is always broken
Any (Former Employee) – MALONE SOLUTIONS – November 19, 2018
You apply, you get an e-mail telling you to call. You call dozens of times, leaving voicemails. They never call you back. FInally, you get a second e-mail where they say they've tried to contact you by phone (they haven't).
When you try to apply for a job on their website, nine times out of ten their webpage logs you out in the middle of the application or else it says "something is wrong. come back later"
No one addresses your questions or concerns about these problems. Then they abandon you on the job search. I've been going through this with them for more than two years.
Manager (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 8, 2018
I am new to the organization in newly created role. I am empowered to be creative and decisive. My wok/life balance is on point. I work with amazing people who are committed to the success of the organization.
Marketing (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 7, 2018
I have thoroughly enjoyed working at Malone. It's a very collaborative, supportive environment. They are always open to new, innovative ideas - you just need to take the initiative to bring your to your manager. I have seen others really grow in their positions - and many who have moved into other roles that interest them.
Manager (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 23, 2018
Owners/upper management don’t care abut anyone unless your last name is the same as theirs. Yet they have rules about nepotism. Company only can grow via acquisition as they don’t have the skill or know how to do it organically. If you’re in any role of management you will be subjected to endless conference calls that have absolutely no value. Unless you like wasting an hour two/three times a week listening to the host laugh at their own jokes and have no agenda. Run as far as you can from this agency.
Onsite Coordinator (Former Employee) – Illinois – September 28, 2018
They are not a good company, they do not support achievements. Management are not very good at having correct information on their employees. They are most interested in profit and acquisions over taking care of internal staff.
Helpdesk (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 28, 2018
IT was an after thought in growing the business. Today is not the day to streamline your business needs in IT only because that is the way it has always been done. When a company goes from 200 to 400 overnight there needs to be an understanding that the needs will go up as well. That didn't happen at Malone. Management has to realize that every single person is using technology to do their job and that those needs are high focus and not just something you can ignore. One full time IT person is not enough and the fact that no one is held to following any processes just makes it impossible to be successful unless you put 150% in everyday and the pay didn't justify that. While this job was classified as helpdesk I was on salary so making less than many helpdesk people. The owners seem like good people but they are either the best actors in the world or just oblivious to the day to day issues caused by lack of resources to make a company of that size function in a manner that is productive without burning your people out.
Upper management is not engaged except in areas of profit
Employee (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, KY – September 5, 2018
Malone staffing themselves are good people, but the factories they are contracted with are pretty iffy. Where i was working the work environment was unsafe and there was never any time at home due to mandatory overtime on a line that they keep adding processes too making it slower so that we couldn't get the numbers we needed.
Production Associate Welder (Former Employee) – Somerset, KY – July 8, 2018
run if you can, they lie to you if they can. This job is not temp to hire after 90 days. Try a year or longer. TTAI changes thier po;icies as often as people change the underware, so that you do not qualify to get hired on.
Former Allocation Exit Driver (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – June 19, 2018
This Malone/Glovis duo job doesn't give 12hrs as advertised! Corporate office and local office had me under the impression that I'd get 12hrs consistently as advertised. Then while you're in interview and orientation, they fly past information on the screen and leave a lot of details out, until they hook you in to work. You ask questions like what's my shift, what's the pay, etc. and they give you the run-around with 3 different stories, but tell you can't transfer (as a Temp worker). Once you finally show up for work, then you find out what you've been missing out on information wise: night shift only $8.25 and not $9.00 like they tell you; you'd be lucky to get 40 hrs a week and even luckier to get all this Saturday work they claimed is "voluntary overtime"; After working 90 days, you're still not guaranteed to be hired on even after 6 months as a temp worker. Then their's a shut down at the end of the year for a month or so, and you just might not even get called. This job is for possibly college students that want $200 per week during the summers (if you're willing to slave that long. After 3 months they force you to train others for no more pay than what you get, and the 4 month workers that train you purposely train you wrong so you can get enough points to get fired in order to keep their overtime pay coming, as well as the other workers keeping up mess to get you fired during your 90 days of probation. RUN AWAY FROM THIS HOAX IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR REAL MONEY. IT'S NOT HERE.
Everything about it: high insurance, charge you for everything you need, doesn't pay what the advertisement said, people in position try to con you into their own selfish benefits, not enough pay for the stuff you have to do