Mail Sorter (Current Employee) – Ontario, CA – November 15, 2018
It's a very good paid part-time job. They pay you over $20 an hour. One thing about working here is some people just like to talk and make friends then they have too much fun and start not liking each other. Get to work, do your job, and get paid. I make about $400/week (they pay you weekly) and working ONLY part-time. Don't get into the rumors and politics and you'll be fine. You do your work and you'll get more hours.
Good pay, vacation, sick pay, flexible schedule, part-time, workout
bunch of youngsters who always want to start drama
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – October 29, 2018
It’s was very hard working and tiring but worth it at the end. There are many friendly people to work with and is a big working space. I don’t like that we only had one half hour break during our shifts
Poor working environment with money being the sole motivation.
SORTER (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – September 27, 2018
Walking in is a standard warehouse job, heavy lifting in a fast paced environment and all. Most of my coworkers were around my age group so they made the job a bit fun but the operations lead is a terror. She has her obvious favorites along those she hates and harasses throughout the shift. From screaming empty threats to contradicting herself just to put you down.
Lead manipulates and shaves minutes off your worked hours.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Romulus, MI – July 12, 2018
Good job for students. Ok for a second job. A lot of egos. Too many cliques. Not enough managerial communication. Not very sanitary. Would have like to have seen and experienced things done in a different manner.
It has potential if they valued the efforts of the employees
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 6, 2018
A typical shift overnight will begin between 1 am and 2 am and ends after a 3 to 4 hour operation is completed. Fast paced stacking, packing and scanning mail in prep for transporting via airplane. Management goes unheard by the higher ups however Management does try to work with employees. The work culture is based on a high energy collaborative effort. The hardest part comes as a result of limited/restricted hours. The job is very physically demanding and the hours and pay rate should reflect that in a more supportive manner for those who show up ready to give 100 percent each shift . Do the math please, if you are considering this job it does pay a little over $18.00 but with anything less than 24 hours per week you will end up with around $200 after taxes each week. The most enjoyable part of the job is working as a well oiled machine, burning calories and satisfying the needs of the vendors we serve.
Mail Sorter/Dock Worker (Part Time 20hrs per week) (Former Employee) – Cudahy, WI – April 25, 2018
Fast pace good workout, excellent job for someone going to school, very flexiable and easy job. Help me get in shape quick. the hardest part its a very divers group and you not going to see eye to eye sometimes....
Mail Sorter (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL 60666 – October 9, 2017
A typical day at work would be coming in and starting to work right away. You don't have any breaks and the job needs to be completed very fast. You will get 4 hours on Tuesday then slowly decrease the hours as the week end.
Great workplace, Very Physically Demanding, High pay rate
Package Handler (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – June 18, 2017
The job is very physical for 2 3 hours so its hard but not that bad at all. The pay rate is great and the managment where i work is very flexible and looking to help anyway possible. If your looking for a part time job 10-20 hours a week its uncomparable.
Part time, high pay rate, good managment, physical like a workout
Expeditor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 4, 2015
A typical day at work is going to work and putting information into a computer. I see drivers come in and out of the facility/ warehouse and I receive and look at paperwork/ documents that give me the information needed to put into the system. Management and co-workers are easy to get along with and a very calm and easy-going workforce.