Inspector, Builder of pallets (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 29, 2013
a typical day at work was to find out if you where going to work eight hours or not, most of the time you where only working maybe six hours a day, i enjoy of management and co worker, but the production was so slow that no one was getting any hours, the hardest part was giving notice my coworker and management
Poor place to work, if you need a job quickly they will hire you on the spot.
Crate sorter (Former Employee) – 122nd between penn and western – December 22, 2017
I worked there for a couple of months and dreaded every minute. I worked there during winter and it was absolutely freezing in my work area. Often the crates I sorted were wet making it worse. I worked hard and met quota only for higher ups to tell me I wasn't meeting qouta. The (new) qouta wasn't the qouta I was told I had to meet when hired. If u need a paycheck now then apply but make sure you keep looking cause you won't want to stay. Dont bother applying for the forklift position because that's not what they're hiring for.
Easy hire, straight forward job, quick money
Bad work environment, bad managers, monotonous work.
Skilled Tradesman (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 4, 2017
No paid holidays. If you notice the reviews the goods one are people in management or corporate office. The labor jobs are treated like they are a dime a dozen. Their hiring practice is . if your paper work passes ADP you're hired. If not come back with better paper work. Knew it was a temp job from start when we had a holiday off and nobody told me. It wasn't paid either.