This is a company that praises about how great their culture is, but have little to actually show for it. It's not much different than other warehouse jobs, despite all the hype. They lead you in with talk of free snacks and all the fun it is to work there, but no longer try to keep those perks going.
I did learn a lot from working here but there isn't any formal training and it really shows. Some managers have tried to implement some training but it never continues or gets passed on to newer employees, such as feedback training.
Best part of this job is the hours, benefits, and coworkers. I've met so many great people here, that it's a shame most of them have left or been fired due to 'behaviors' that could have been easily fixed or worked on.
There is a huge disconnect between management and associates, as well as department communication. Too many "hands" in the pot leaving no clear direction or answers to issues and potential problems. Associates can try to communicate with management but nothing is taken seriously until things are already a trainwreck.
Ever since going public, their goals have been skewed and they're not the same open, happy, and accepting workplace they used to be. You get a lot of holidays off and a bit of vacation time. However, there are no sick days and anytime you call off, even for a medical emergency, it's counted against you.
No job is particuarly difficult by itself, but associates are hounded on to meet a goal that should really be for 3 people, not 1. If you have any common sense, you'll look silly working here.
free snacks, benefits, pay
No sick days, poor communication, lack of consistency within company standards