Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – North Platte, NE – September 11, 2018
management is poor everyone smokes weed and management comes in drunk worthless place to work for sorting pallets for 10 hours and getting yelled out for not working hard enough. not allowed to have time off without getting yelled at also
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Cheyenne, WY – July 31, 2018
- Mornings began with previous day's production reporting before leaving my house; continued with team management throughout the day; ended with phone calls at home concerning night-crew issues. - Learned how to manage profit and loss to benefit production and profit - I managed 4 teams who worked shifts from 7am to 3am; I was led by a regional manager. - High turnover of work crews during my first year as site manager; turnover slowed into my second year. - Hardest part of the job was being tied to the job 24/7. - Most enjoyable part of the job was training and leading team members.
Not a good place to work at all they work you like a slave and your work goes unappreciated! Management is horrible and actually talks bad about there employees no matter who you are and what position you have! Pay is way to low you average 480 bucks a week if you're lucky ! If youre absolutely in dire need for a job I guess it's okay for a temp job but If you have options for work do NOT come to this company if you have your cdl you have so many options locally that pay better and treat the employee/driver with respect.
Nothing at all
Short brakes the pay and its hot management talks about everyone
The company doesn't pay all that well. You will probably end up working six days a week during the busy season. Management has policies that penalize you for being sick at the ABQ location. Management doesn't care about it's employees, only looks out for itself.
Building pallets is not a job for everyone, Its very hot and repetitive work and you need to be very physical or you wont be successfull. If your soft stay away it's real work. But if you are a hard working person that has construction background and enjoys this type of work you could be very successfull. Its piece work pay every friday and I usually made around 900$ a week. but turnover is very high and alot of times the burden will fall on a few to do many mans work. The company propak works for is savage and pressed for more than we could accomplish on a daily basis but we made it work most times. Upper management is good to work with supervisors are also. But dont expect a day off or holiday off. And when people dont show up you pay the price by working Saturday.
Working conditions were either extremely hot or cold. Poor management as site manager was only there in mornings for couple hours. He would pass off some his duties to a seasoned employee. Very unprofessional. Wouldnt listen to suggestions. Very low pay, wouldn't compensate pay and experience. Played favorites when it came to overtime. Not a people person. Always short staffed doing double the work. Nobody wants this intense manual labor for what they pay. So can never keep help. One employee has extensive background and pending charges, shouldn't of been working there. Not family orientated at all. The only plus side was the minimal benefits. I wouldn't recommend propak to anyone. Not even for a quick paycheck. The hassle isn't worth the time or energy.
Low pay, bad management, work environment, and working hours.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mira Loma, CA – May 17, 2018
Raisium if you’re not Mexican you don’t have a chance, stealing and saling Walmart pallets workers and upper management. Crooked. No self respect, drug addictions. Not a safe place to work. Bribery. Cut throat.
Sorter (Former Employee) – Moberly, MO – May 2, 2018
Really sucked working there , work all hours shift was 3 pm to 1 am never seen home most days until day light then on days off call and want you to come back to work some more. No life if your married awesome for single man.