HR Generalist (Current Employee) – Richmond, IN – March 9, 2018
Great company, performance driven, competitive in the market with products, innovative, consumer obsessed, WWW is a great company to work for! The benefits are great and there is a variety of different groups of people to work with on projects.
Vendor Compliance (Former Employee) – Richmond, IN – February 28, 2018
This would have been a great job had they trained you. I was there 6 months and did nothing really that had to do with the job I was hired for. Was told several times "You are good" then when I asked for more training I was let go.
Worked for this company for 10 years at 2 Different locations and both closed. I’ve seen them cut thousands of jobs.
Bulk Driver (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – February 7, 2018
They’re moving outta the family style business and only worried about corporate America. They used to really care about their employees but not so much anymore. Especially with the water crisis in Kent county.
Wolverine is going through changes in the workplace
Territory Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – February 5, 2018
Wolverine is a strong company that hold 14 shoe brands. They are very successful in the industry. Although they are going through changes within every brand- it is a strong incentive if you wouldl like to be a 1099 employee.
Accounts Payable Support (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – January 24, 2018
Top Managment needs to get it together, but base line managers are awesome, relaxed, and hard working, there to help you. for the full time employees you get good time off and some other benefits you can view on there website
Distribution Supervisor (Current Employee) – Rockford, MI – January 5, 2018
Wolverine is implementing a new philosophy to help service customers, the "Wolverine Way Forward", but they have failed to be transparent in the information flow from top to bottom on specific information regarding building closings and relocation of product. People are looking for answers, but the answers they are getting to their questions are vague at best and don't help the employees feeling of job security or trust.
sorter/inducter (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 6, 2017
In the morning we would come in go to the board find out our job description for the day , basically a morning meeting and then head to our station once we figured out where we be and how many waives we had for the day .
Three breaks two paid and unpaid lunch.
No grace period for break and its plenty of people who break together .
Inventory Control Specialist (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 6, 2017
If you are an hourly employee that the company conceders to be exempt for are paid well. you seem to get 2 raises a year. you get paid weekly and u receive PEP and a yearly bonus. Non- exempt employees are paid bi-weekly, you ar4e not included in their pay advances nor do you receive pep, and you are not included in their bonus.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Richmond, IN – November 1, 2017
Although working for Wolverine was a great opportunity, the process in which they decided to improve their company is lacking. When looking for ways to improve, they only go down the totem pole to the floor managers. They are only worried about meeting their metrics. They are not the people receiving the complaints or getting yelled at by the customers. When wanting to make improvements in a company, it is important to actually listen to the people that construct the backbone of the company.
PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 29, 2017
it was pretty repetitive and tiring. I was able to get discounts on the product and the company always organized fun events for the holidays. management had its days depending on who supervised the shift that day, which made it difficult, but overall a good experience.
Inventory Coordinator (Former Employee) – Rockford, MI – October 16, 2017
I don't have anything that I would like to say at this time about the company. The people that work there are great, the issue has to do with the senior management constantly changing the direction of the company.