Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Westborough, MA – September 9, 2018
Ive worked here for years. In ten years i did the same job with no advancement. Also in ten years my pay only went up $2.00 an hour. 20 cents a year average but the insurance went up alot more. You go backwards working here. Management is a joke too. Office people get treated one way and the actual workers get tteated different. The place is a pathetic joke.
Overall friendly atmosphere with a well structured business portfolio
Operations Manager and Program Manager (Current Employee) – Port Washington, NY – September 4, 2018
WESCO offers great opportunities for all types of jobs. Overall friendly atmosphere with a well structured business portfolio. International offices provide relocation opportunities depending on skill set and available position
The money is great but I would not work there again. The company is basically made up of the haves and have nots. Its a very layered company with too many managers and resources are very thin for a company that is 8 billion in revenue.
Tool Application Engineer, Quality Coordinator (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – August 24, 2018
work in the field, on site at various customer locations, coordinating applicable mfgr. rep. services, turning manufacturing/machining issues into opportunities for productivity improvements, then documenting and promoting the cost-savings success as best practice for future implementation consideration.
I'm working in Wesco for 3 years and I saw everything. Talking about the Warehouse my Supervisor is not present every day(so no supervision). Some guys work others..no. The pay is not the same for all employees.
Warehouse/Driver (Former Employee) – Pueblo, CO – August 22, 2018
I would definitely go back to employment at Wesco in the future. Work environment was safe and clean and I enjoyed the coworkers I worked with. Yearly evaluations were fair and I felt encouraged to be the best worker I could be at Wesco.
Sales associate (Current Employee) – Montague, MI – August 21, 2018
Wesco is very flexable with their hours and they always have a place for you. They are all about helping you improve your skills not only to benefit them but yourself as well. With JPR you can set higher goals for yourself and once reached you are rewarded with a bonus every month.
Senior Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Norristown, PA – August 13, 2018
A typical day was the usual 8-5 sales job. Management wasn't the best but we managed to get by day to day Moral wasn't the best but most employees made it fun to work with. the hardest part of my job was getting past Wesco's own employees. any time to need approval for something it took a long time or no one was available. the most enjoyable part of my job was my peers. they made the days go by faster.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 10, 2018
The other person I worked with in the warehouse was an Ok guy. I wish there had been more opportunity for advancement. I just felt like site management was unwilling to listen to associates to better daily processes. I loved the daily pace to complete tasks. I like to keep myself busy, it make the day go faster.
Crib attendant (Former Employee) – North Berwick, ME – August 9, 2018
good entry level job. more difficult than most to get get in due to background checks and drug tests. non AC shop so pretty hot in summer. days work includes receiving product, inventorying and customer service
Warehouse/Driver (Former Employee) – Kingsford, MI – August 7, 2018
Great pay and benefits . Excellent schedule and very rarely did we work overtime , when combined I had 32 days off a year that includes vacation , holiday and floater days and you could take half days .