Hours are random just like your odds of getting paid.
Worked on travel team that covers Texas and New Mexico for last year. It was the best place I had ever worked We were like a big family and looked out for each other. I miss it very much and treasure the time I had with Jayson’s team. Gained valuable knowledge to use in my future merchandising career
Erratic and getting lower by the day. They used to be reliable, now I struggle to get 20 hours a week. Upper management's number one priority is to cut hours. They would rather your sets be garbage than to do them right if it takes longer.
Good and it gets better.
Work days are Monday - Thursday. Unless a major holiday falls on a Monday, then it starts a day later until Friday. But no Saturdays. Also, we don't work the week before any major holiday. So there is a lack of hours between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. On a reset team you will either start at 6 am or 7 am. You get two paid 15 minute breaks and one unpaid 30 minute lunch. Depending on start time, your scheduled end time is 7.5 hours later including your lunch. But there are occassions when sets take longer to complete that will require you to stay later.
My days are always at least 8 hours. I usually work on fridays for extra hours as well. The company does not get mad about overtime. I get about 38-42 hours a week
You often work past the hours that were published in their job announcement. You are assigned a territory of 3-4 stores, but they expect you to travel to any number of stores in the Madison area when needed.
Answered - Mercandiser (Former Employee) - Madison, WI
They were good.
Answered - Overnight Stocking (Former Employee) - Virginia
Hours aren't t bad. But when you don't finish before your time then they expect you to stay until its done. Some days finish early. They claim you get pay the seven hours.
Less than 15 hours per week
Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ