Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Montague, MI – May 16, 2018
Fast pace during morning rushes and night rushes depending on the shift. Different age groups work here you have the college kid and or the retired person trying to get out of the house. It is a job anyone could do and the company cares a lot about their employees.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – April 25, 2018
This was supposed to be a good job, until you find out that the customer that your working for on their site determines your pay. There is "advancement opportunities" in the fact that you can change responsibilities or take more on and get nothing for it.
Cook/client care (Current Employee) – Denison, IA – April 20, 2018
Enjoy the job as a whole, but the management and their lack of sympathy and understanding is the reason I'm ready to move on. Events that happen in your life they could care less about all they care about is you work when they need you.
Food Service Associate (Current Employee) – Muskegon, MI – April 4, 2018
Wesco International and Wesco are two different companies. I do not work for Wesco International. Wesco is a gas station convenience store that strives to provide fresh products and low prices to our customers.
Mechanical and wire assembly. Contractor/temp (Current Employee) – Lemoyne, PA – April 1, 2018
I work at the one that builds things for Shindler, CCS, Volvo. I am a assembler there. This job is filled through a temp service. Management keeps telling us they will be hiring on but, ask the ones who have been there for 4-7 yrs as a temp. No raise and never hired on. I have been there for 1yr and 3 months. Nothing. When it is brought up by us about getting hired on, we get a real bug run around. Management is cold and lacks any communication. My co-workers however are awesome in every way.
8-5 weekends off Learned Corporate Management was different as manager used a lot of perks for his personal benefit Open concept in office. no privacy Hardest part was the negativity of some co-workers
I was a part of Wesco for many years until poor management stepped in and tried to change something that didn't need to be changed. Also because of this, the company started losing business which then lead to a number of employees, including me, to be layed off and even forced into early retirement.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – Meridian, ID – March 20, 2018
Great manager who understands all the jobs on site. He worked from the ground up. The staff also know most of the jobs on site. It's a fast paced environment. At the end of the day you feel accomplished.
Management had poor communication with lower level employees. My sister passed away in Jan. 2018. I told management that I was taking on custody of my nephew. They failed to tell me that I may be losing my job in April due to them closing my branch. I was offered 3 weeks severance and only able to keep my health insurance for 2 weeks. I need medication for my thyroid and blood pressure that is over $500 without insurance. I was not forewarned about the possibility of my branch being closed.
Management does not know what they are doing - Saginaw Michigan
CSR / Buyer (Former Employee) – Saginaw, MI – March 2, 2018
Worked inside Nexteer plant in Saginaw, Michigan. Management of the Wesco employees was not good. Most every person that worked for Wesco disliked their job and was looking for a new one constantly. Wesco site management was located in a building down the road from Nexteer. I really wasn't quite sure what some of the managers did each day. Most were worried they would be losing the contract there because of how they managed getting parts for Nexteer. Not good!
vacation time, would let you work 8 hours and you didn't have to take a lunch if you ate at your desk.
poor management, watch yourself with co-workers, training is terrible too