WIS International
Happiness rating is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jim Rose
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Headquarters
    Corporate Headquarters 9265 Sky Park Ct. Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92123
  • Link
    WIS International website
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Employees at WIS International have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Employee discount
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Retirement plan
Disability insurance
Referral program
Flexible schedule
Paid time off
401k matching
AD&D insurance

Rating overview

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Inventory Associate in Manassas, VA
on January 26, 2016
A typical day would usually be busy because, we would have to do a lot of Inventory and we had to be careful that we scan the items correctly, and break down the shelves into shelf 1, shelf 2, and Shelf 3.
Inventory Associate in Fresno, CA
on August 9, 2022
You'll never know what your typical work day hours are. There's never a set schedule of hours so you can be gone for up to 15+ hours inside a store across whatever state you are living in and that's not even including the travel time. My longest day was around 18 hours. Then you could hit a dry spell were they won't schedule you for over a week or more. If you just need some extra cash every once in awhile this job is good to have. You will get great hours only if you are fast at the counting process but if you're a lazy worker or just not fast enough they will only throw you into the big stores were they will take anyone even if you are slow. You will also be looked down upon each day you work if you are a slow counter. You spend a lot of time in a van traveling so get use to the people around you and if you can't I suggest bringing a backpack. Put a power bank and your charging cord with headphones inside of it and just listen to music to tune out the van. Most people will act friendly but most are snakes. I spent about too many years of my life working here mainly because it was my first job and I was scared of exploring my options. I wish I had left sooner. I can go on about the ups and downs. Even had a manager who liked to poke me on the shoulder to get my attention instead of just talking to me. I've had situations were coworkers would be lazy while you're working your bum off just trying to get the job done in a decent time but they like to milk the clock. Milking the clock is the most common thing about this job. I think that's the reason they lose so many big clients. Also if you're a bigger person like I was just know you will be on your knees a lot. You have to count shelves that are touching the floor in some cases and it does damage your knees after awhile even if you aren't a big person. Knee pads will help if you care enough. This job is only good for the money if you're a fast counter and they will hire anyone. I've even had to work with people who are on certain lists if you know what I mean.
Inventory Associate in Philadelphia, PA
on August 9, 2022
Well it’s can be a lot better the transportation they need atleast two service vans tired of sitting in the trunk. The pay could be better plus more hours
Associate in Tacoma, WA
on August 4, 2022
Start time is early, sometimes it can be good if the store you inventory is a small store. you travel a lot so if you have kids in school this might not be the job for you, because you travel far sometimes and its not worth traveling to the inventory site with you personal car. the managers are nice. Stores you work with can be a little dirty and you are constantly bending, kneeling, and moving heavy products around to count.
Inventory Specialist in Peoria, AZ
on August 3, 2022
The counting part of the job wasn't bad but the constant travel, low pay, being on call and lack of good benefits were too much to make up for. The overall environment could have been more positive, it always felt a bit hostel.

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