Customer Care Agent (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 8, 2017
I worked in the call center that was nation-wide. I got to talk to people across the country, which was challenging and fun because you would have to jump from one strong accent to another. I enjoyed working there in the beginnning, they had good benefits, but no room to move up and my supervisor was horrible in the end, which is why I quit. Being a family company I would think they would be more understanding with family matters such as funerals and such. Overall, they were ok to work for as a stepping stone into healthcare customer service, and I learned a lot about bariatric equipment and healthcare.
Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – Johnson CIty, TN – March 16, 2017
This job had many benefits. Laid back atmosphere. Easy to work with your schedule worked alone many days. The hardest part was being on call. The part that i enjoyed most was working in a different atmosphere everyday.
Med Tech (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – January 26, 2017
It pays pretty well for an entry level warehouse type of job. You are working with potentially infectious medical equipment in some cases so keep that in mind. Set schedules, but will be expected to work overtime without notice. No shift incentive for graveyard either. It paid the bills and the benefits are good, but don't expect to move up the ladder much since the ops manager only made marginally more money than us grunts did.
Unexpected OT, weekend shifts working alone, no shift incentive for graveyard
delivery driver (Former Employee) – sacramento, ca – January 3, 2015
A typical day at Sizewize was unpredictable. Nothing was ever set. You couldn't have a life because they drain it out of you. I learned there if you live there by working 12-16 hours a day then your golden, but if you have a life and a family and you love your family more then they will drive you right out the door. Management was a joke when I was there. My first week there I watched a guy get fired and with-in the year of being there I watched 8 or 9 others get fired too. The co-workers where cool, but it's a "who you know" kind of buisness. Hardest part of the job was thinking you were going home then you get 5-10 more things added on, if you tell them you already have things to do after work then they frown on you. I had my schedule changed numerous times with no warning to make plans to change things around for child care or spouses job. I had to take my son out of Boy scouts because I was lied to. I was working so hard at one point that I collapsed at home and wouldn't wake up for a few minutes. I told my current manager what was going on and he was more concerned on if I was going to make it to work. I said I'd rather check into the hospital to make sure I'm okay but after making me feel so bad I never went in to the ER and just continued working. They say they are all about cleanliness but that's only depending on if they have the equipment. I've been told to deliver dirty things without the hospital or patients knowing and it wasn't right but I needed my job at the time. Most enjoyable part of the job was having 2 days off in a row if I was lucky. Manager saidmore... he'd come in and help us because we were alway so overwhelmed but he's show up, go in his office and then leave. Leaving us overwhelmed. After woking there and never seeing my family, it was my yearly review and all my hard work didn't pay off, the manger denied me my 12 cent raise for 6months. I put my notice in 2 weeks later then was forced to leave 4 days later after the manager lied on paper and phone with the main boss in san francisco.less
A person with an excellent work ethic who desires the opportunity to utilize leadership skills within the business community.
Quality Control Technician/Warehouse Technician (Current Employee) – West Chester, PA – October 17, 2014
A dynamic and effective communicator with superior interpersonal skills and sound decision-making Accomplish in problem solving and dealing with stressful situations Establish as a team player while working effectively on an independent level
I agree with this review. Good work experience out in the field no shortage of work here. Training definetly needs improving as a result of this very high turnover on new hires. Organization and support.
Operations/Office Manager (Current Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – July 14, 2013
Managing the STL site, coordinating calls to have equipment delivered/picked up, handle service ticket for billing, A/R, collect PO’s for orders, timecards, inventory tracking, monthly training, upgrade equipment, order warehouse and office supplies, maintenance equipment, delivery trucks receive preventive maintenance, Drivers are up to date on DOT and immunizations , Manage employees and do yearly reviews