QA Document Inspection (Current Employee) – North Lake, TX – November 1, 2018
The company has great potential but some lack fairness. The office manager he is loud and arrogan but with a few tweaks. This is a great company to work for plenty advancement opportunities. Promotes a safe place to work. Competitive with those around. Growing environment. Great benefits
plenty advancement when properly trained
If you are a friend to someone in upper management you get a great position.
Warehouse Associate 1 (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – November 11, 2018
Been here over 2 yrs, there is no structure what so ever. Managers care nothing about employees only numbers. Everyone looks as if they are temporary employees due to company not providing uniforms. Management is only hiring family members that is a kin of a kin. They're bringing in people off the streets with no known experiences to fulfill positions that should be offered to inhouse employees. They promote individuals that haven't even put in enough time to make the money they are making with that being said it's just a buddy buddy system here in the McDonough hub. The system provided here is ice aged, meaning there's nothing but paperwork causing audit problems around the board there. Only company I've ever worked for with no RF scanning system. Inventory count is always jacked up do to the problem.
Its a 9 to 5
Management cares for none. Low salary for majority
Shipping department associate (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 23, 2018
Understand that you are value by your work, not by the integrity you stand by so If this is a career that you want to pursue then pursue. If you do not see it as a career to pursue then do not waste your time, because they will waste yours.
While the Wesco location that I worked at was extremely laid back, it’s also because we’re the smallest warehouse of all the Wesco locations. There were only 3 of us staffed at this particular facility, so we had a lot more flexibility to adjust our hours as needed and work at our own pace. That being said, all 3 of us got along great and the morale was high. The compensation was good, the benefits were commendable, and my manager went above and beyond to reward us for providing quality work. He took us out to lunch 2-3 times per week. I wouldn’t have left Wesco, but the fate of the facility that we were contracted by was very unknown. There had been/still is a lot of talk about the site closing, so I was forced to find something more reliable. Overall, I enjoyed working for Wesco.
Free lunches, good pay, good benefits, flexible hours
Warehouse Associate 1 (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – September 8, 2018
When i first started things were fine. Management was good and you could see the potential in the workplace. If you’ve never worked in a warehouse before I’d say this is a good start off job but not for a parent or someone who is looking to grow within a company. The benefits here are ok as far as health insurance, dental and vision. The pay sucks. Poor management especially now. All for themselves, doesn’t care about their employees. I’d advise you to try your hardest not to get hurt, the company won’t pay for it. Lack of communication and lack of acknowledgement of hard working people. Management thinks all about productivity which is fine but doesn’t care enough about the employees.
Hour lunch, holidays off, work hours are good
Management sucks, lack of communication, not a place to grow
Onsite Inventory Associate (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – August 27, 2018
Performs administrative and management functions. Performs and monitors management (and procedural application) of manual or automated inventory control actions. Computes and accumulates data for use in analysis. Helps develop work standards and methodology. Performs inventories, and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Prepares, analyses, and evaluates reports, procedures, and policy data. Provides customer service.
Loved working here, great employee atmosphere. Positive enthusiastic coworkers that made me happy to come in to work everyday. No micromanaging in this office, but deadlines have to be met, great experience here.
Onsite Representative - Lead (Current Employee) – Pooler, GA – August 8, 2018
Management in this company needed to really be evaluated, we have managers that have no idea how to do there jobs, managers who treats employee with very little respect, and the racial tension is utterly ridiculous.
Maintenance Associate I (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – August 4, 2018
no one is ever happy to come in or be in people complain about unnecessary things work tends to be redundant pay is on the lower end of fair lack of proper training for most people in multiple departments
Sr Supplier Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – July 5, 2018
It was overall a good company but the leadership is not always in tune with the employees. Not Quality minded as a company overall. Learned much about Aerospace customer expectations. Work culture was ok but the top leadership had different thoughts about was important such as having sales and appeasing the customer in stead of really digging into the quality issues and resolving them for good.
Close to my home. Freedom to do work as you see fit.
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE FOR WESCO AIR (Current Employee) – Texas – June 9, 2018
There is always plenty to do here, you just have to look for it. As long as you are able to retain what you've learned, this is a great place to work. Many oppurtunity to cross train in every department.
Chemical Buyer II (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – May 27, 2018
Very unorganized, there is not much room for advancement. Managers can be childish and rude. They yell and belittle some of the employees. There is a lack of training you are pretty much set up to fail