Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – March 5, 2019
Very brief: you should apply but if you start to not like management start finding another job because you’ll soon come to find hypocrisy runs wild. Good things are basically snacks and easy money. If you are considering working here it is best that you are a packer and considerably a picker in the small or men’s area. The pressure to get production is ridiculous especially from people who don’t know the difficulty of how they raise their standards are. A respectable trait in someone who takes their position as management is to have leadership qualities. if you’re a picker they make you run with some big cart and if you’re not going fast enough they basically tell you you’re lazy. There have been friends of mine who’ve been fired for not getting their numbers, so it was a good decision to just leave and get another job because they wouldn’t consider you go to another department to see if your good there, they would rather continuously warn you in a condescending way and fire you after a couple of days or weeks and just to hire new people who wouldn’t reach the numbers anyways. There was a supervisor who actually tried to do what we do and started complaining, imagine working for people like that. Another thing is how fake nice the supervisors are and management is but in reality the passive aggressiveness shows right through. One thing they have nice is that they cater at times and provide snacks but don’t let things like that fool you
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Bethlehem, PA – July 20, 2019
The job, by itself wouldn't have been as great as it was without the people around you. There work is fast pace, and leadership expects results, but they always rolled up their sleeves and jumped in to help. I always thought leadership was fair about things, and the company goes to great lengths to make their employees happy. Plenty of paid time off, and holidays.