Prefer Not to Answer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 6, 2018
I've worked in the office as well as the warehouse. I've been employed at this company for 3 years. The mentality seems to be the same in multiple departments where they will continually work you and/or give you more responsibilities without a pay raise. They do not participate in yearly raises, only cost of living raises. It seems the only way to up your pay is to apply for another department that pays more or you give your supervisor an ultimatum that you're leaving the company. I will say that they have a strong concentration for health for all employees and they continually educate and challenge us to have a healthier lifestyle. The owners of the company come in often, know everyone's names and are extremely friendly people.
Massages on site with payroll deduction, Food trucks or vendors occassionally on site with payroll deduction, tuition reimbursement, Free appointments from a financial planner, Friendly owners that seem to care, Accrue 2.13 hours sick time every paycheck, Extended sick time benefit after 4-5 years of employement, 1.54- 6.15 hours of PTO per paycheck based on working 0-5+ years, Yearly cost of living raise
Overworking employees for little pay, No yearly raises, Only way to get a raise is to move departments, Managers don't seem to be genuinely concerned about issues
Business Development Specialist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 15, 2018
I was hired to a certain position. After a sales representative quit, they wanted me to cover his territory in WY, until a replacement was found. I covered WY for three months and then was asked to move there. I chose to find employment elsewhere.
Freight Handler (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 31, 2017
Fun atmosphere but not too much room for growth. I wasn’t too excited about the new Site Manager of Capstone at the Nicholas Location. He was trying to Micro manage his team way too much. However, it was a good team to work with.
Account Executive - Bid Analyst (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 4, 2017
My time at Nicholas and company was a wonderful experience. I devoted the first years there to the IT department which was growing at a fever pace. While an AE with the Sales department, I worked very hard with occasional weekends. The compensation was above average but not great. Mid level managers needed to be trained in HR issues, while upper management kept the company excited and engaged.
Other (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 23, 2017
If you want to make good money, growth, development or advancement this is NOT the company for you. If you want to break yourself for minimum wage, play politics, long hours, good ol buddy system, don't care about development or advancement, be with a corrupt management then this is for you.
Operations (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 15, 2017
if it was just the job itself it would be fine- typical warehouse work it's always the BS politics and shady management that ruin it the pay was fine, benefits were good, and the people you worked with were mostly great. upper management doesn't have a clue on operations and continually favor people who say what they want to hear or that they like. There's always A LOT of talk/meetings etc of ways to improve and things to do but you never see the action or substance and push in these initiatives from the higher ups. They expect everyone to make them look good instead of going out and making an impact and a difference for their operations teams. poor work/life balance unless you've been employed over 6 years
Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 28, 2017
Crazy place, good people, but your life can be he!! if you have the wrong manager or if you are in Vegas (they are 2 different companies that only share a name). Their story is nice, but has little to do with current day to day activities.
Horrible chairs and working areas, long hours, no recognition unless you are a driver or a salesman
Receiving Associate (Current Employee) – Utah – August 24, 2017
Great company with a bright future. Need to pay more for the stress level and expectations. Receiving dept need to be paid more. Forklift drivers are making a killing and deal with half the stressful environment
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 21, 2017
This company will work you hard they pay you well they are not very good at safety and they are very poor at safety they put you through a three-day training course Smith training then as soon as you're in the truck get the freight there like every other company
Walkie rider (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 24, 2017
First of all safety what safety working at night with no supervisor in sight it a huge mess the pay is a low its only 13 if u some how get lucky u might get a bonus here in there thank god im gone i feel bad for the ones still there ...
District Sales Manager (DSM) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 27, 2017
Management continues to change and is still trying to figure out how to run things. The culture has become lost with the growth and the family touch is gone. There is very little work life balance, they preach about the importance of work life balance but actions speak louder than words. There are some good people (street reps) in the company.