Thursday shift (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 4, 2019
I liked this job most out of my most recent jobs. I would recommend it to any one I know. Every day seemed as the first one. I learned something new every day. I was trained well and started working days after my interview
Picker and Packer (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 2, 2018
.nice company just very very long long days they work you like a dog . 17 hour days it’s a little rough but the pay is great. Hours are crazy you can go in at 9 at night and not get off till 1pm the next day
They work you overtime every day even if you don’t want it
Distribution Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 31, 2018
If you would like to talk more about my day to day job, I would be happy to talk over the phone. I enjoy Zink Distributing and they have offered me a great career. They've help me to improved my business skills and made me a stronger person.
Driver (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 27, 2018
Small company, family owned, bonuses at christmas time were nice. They provide appreciation opportunities for their employees like lunches and dinner. During busy times though we were usually understaffed.
Great pay, long hours, unfair work/life balance, stressful, advancement through seniority
Sales rep (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 29, 2017
Great pay, good benefits, long hours usually requiring 10 hour or longer days for manual labor/sales jobs. Any sales position is on call 24 hours a day creating a poor work/life balance. Positions are GPS tracked and there is low trust from management to employee work force. There are multiple requirements outside of the regular 45-50 hour work week that require you to be at work functions unpaid for business gain.
Sales Rep. (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 24, 2012
I worked with some great people and the owners where top notch at Zink. A usual day included being at the office by 8am and going to 10-15 accounts everyday, most days i was on my own but at times my district Manger or a person from the brewery might ride along with me. the hardest part of my job was selling in a new product to a bar that was fixed on what they had and didnt want to expand their product line.
going to alot of sporting events and concerts for "work"
having to work late into the night doing promos at a local pub after working all day, missing family time at night.