Production crew (Former Employee) – Antelope ca – January 22, 2019
Both store manager and production lead where very nice guys. However they are either too cheap or lack the authority to compensate thier team appropriately. This branch had a 3 year perfect safety record and was the most profitable. Instead of giving veteren crew members raises, they mass hired new people and sank there own ship. I seen a great character veteran have to give two week notice because he couldn't get a small raise to pay day care. I seen another veteran get burnt out in drain and fired. I seen the best worker ive ever worked with not be able to get a 50 cent raise. They tossed me my yellow hat after 90 days with no raise. This job takes a good nights rest and a 100 percent effort. The wear and tear on your body, safety risks and the weather are challenging. Drama, cut throat, and discouraging once you realize its a dead end. It was a perfect job fit for me and i failed. Low morale and a toxic environment due to over worked under paid crew. Good repeatable process design on there production process. But there inability to keep morale high and team member's happy is a big problem. I am shocked that i was not very successful with this company. They are not able to retain talent. By the time you work your way up the chain of command your body will be ruined. They dont seem to promote from within. If they do ever take care of there team members it seems they are the opposites of proactive. A few people make good money. The rest get used up burnt out and forgotten. Bummer.
Good repeatable process design. Hard work to be proud of.
Licensing Assistant (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – June 14, 2018
I enjoyed every part of the position. It required a lot of research in certain areas, but I was eager to learn as much as I could. Some days, I had a lot of assignments given to me by my manager that I needed to complete the same day or within a specific time frame which, overall I was able to complete. I learned a lot and wish I would have been hired, but it didn't work out the way I had hoped.
Completing paperwork for licenses and permits; contacting agency to verify information needed.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – May 23, 2018
Job wasnt bad at first. When when manager started to leave, everything when down hill from there. Went from working 8 hours a day having a good time to working 10-13 hours a day. Sometimes 7 days a week. Managers never listened to you and higher ups would come in and tell you that your doing the job wrong and all the managers was yes men. Instead of telling what they need to hear, told them what they wanted to hear
I wouldn't go back if they offered me $30 an hour. I ran drain rack, setting cars in the yard and crushing cars. I did just about everything there and still was looked at like i didnt know a thing
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – April 27, 2018
A typical day at Pick-N-Pull would entail opening the store at 8:00 am for the public. Making sure the staff has proper change and materials needed to start the day. Help customers and staff with any questions or problems that may arise. Closing the gates at 6:00 pm. Counting out all sales drawers and making a money drop at the bank after everything is closed and locked.
Fun, learn different things, meet new people every day
can be overwhelming at times, but nothing that can't be handled.
Production crew (Former Employee) – Columbus Ohio – April 11, 2018
It was a fun place to work at the environment was good I stayed there the management team that I work for was real good the people that I work with was very respectable they didn't have a problem with them if you needed something they would get it for you I wouldn't mind going back to Pick n Pull
Store Manager Area Manager (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – March 14, 2018
The regional manager when I was there was just horrible. Did not know how to manage people, did not know how to manage processes, and would stab you in the back at the drop of a dime. The organization itself was good and tried to promote a good culture but ....
Fun place to work, lack of management is amazing and creates an unfair work place
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Rocklin, CA – February 3, 2018
I like working there, it's always a new challenge. The biggest problem is the lack of management whatsoever. There is no accountability but anyone gets a raise?? So I don't have to have good attendance, nor quality of work and still get more money?? That is not fair. Management has no backbone, nor presence.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Lynnwood, WA – January 20, 2018
Management is great if you do what you need to and are collaborative. You will learn a good amount. Repetitive motions and hard work are a must, including long hours or 9-11 hours a day, some weekends.
Level 2 Title Processor (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – August 6, 2017
Working for PNP for 6 years, has been an experience. For the past 5 months, I have been working two desks(department short staffed), while maintaining my desk duties. Training and Supervising Temp employees, with no follow up with Supervisor. I was performing Level 3 Title Processor desk duties, when I am a Level 2 Title Processor. No structure in department.
Lots of work to be done.
Supervisor not available, have to rely on colleages to complete work.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Antelope, CA – May 24, 2016
My coworkers are very nice, outgoing, eager to help. The work is challenging and fun. The customers are very friendly for the most part. The only downside is that there are very few full time opportunities in sales.