Lead Unloader (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 13, 2018
The hours are great for those wanting family time and also the pay was over all good and honest for the work done. It is a bit of hard work that not many people can handle however when you find those to handle the tasks you can be garanteed they are trusted and good workers.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 11, 2018
I don’t recommend this place to no one. They work people like they’re slaves and try to intimidate you due to their position especially if they have seniority (supervisors/ managers). Pay isn’t that great to deal and their culture is every man for themselves, basically swim or sink.
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 28, 2018
This place can teach you how to be very productive at a fast and safe paste. It also teaches you to use your time wisely outside of work. This is a work as a team type of atmosphere that helps get the job done.
Floor Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Villa Rica, GA – June 21, 2018
The work I did was very fast paced, which I loved. Communicating with common carrier drivers and co-employees. Signing freight bills. Receiving live unloads was very satisfying. The hardest part of the job was tracking the 2 hour window for live loads with anywhere from 6 to 8 at a time. The most enjoyable part was knowing all the loads were completed. Management was the greatest.
Always had snacks available for free. Some lunches too.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 30, 2018
i like the guys i worked with but thats litteraly it.. worked my butt off for NO chance for a raise. they say theyll give you one but when your day comes theyll give you an excuse! all the care about is theyre profit and NOT their employees!
Typical day: Same as any other warehouse. What I learned: Same as any other warehouse. Management: Management was top notch. Workplace culture: Friendly. Hardest part: Lifting heavy. Most enjoyable: The people.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – May 15, 2018
clamp truck picking orders unloading appliances NO HOLIDAYS OFF , NO RAISES AFTER TWO YEARS , everyone make different pay 401k sucks RF’s junk constantly rebooting . the harder you work the more they give you the less you work the more they respect you your not getting anymore money anyway The highest you go is probably lead that’s it with no pay raise if you worked second shift and got a lead position on days you would have to take a pay cut LMAO . Two years tops here it’s a good stepping stone for another job after two years
Leave early slow season
They lie bout their hourly pay rate some make more
Information Technology Specialist (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – May 14, 2018
If you want to get into a company where you will gain an abundant amount of experience and knowledge, this is the place to start. The pay is not as competitive as many places, many things have changed at Saddle Creek and they will continue to lose great employees and candidates.
Manifest (Current Employee) – Macon, GA – May 2, 2018
Saddle Creek is an interesting place to work. Fast paced steady work. I quickly caught on to the process. Management explains and also demonstrates the process. The drive to and from work is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job are the people you get to know and work with. I call them my Saddle Creek Family.
Distribution Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 16, 2018
“People don’t leave jobs, they leave managers”. Pays to be best friends with the GM. When you have multiple key members of your team leave in a short period of time and HR and Upper management are aware of issues with the manager and choose to the manager you’ve got your priorities screwed up.
Job was good. Coworkers were great.
Management. Micro-management. Manager that is only looking to advance his own reputation and career.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 15, 2018
No advancements with this company. They only will hire within if you've been with the company 8+ years, and you have to work hard for that. I was interviewed for 5 different positions and they stated that i did not have the "experience". Even though the jobs required me to basically complete the same steps I was currently completing.