Can be a great place to work, but ...
Pros: free movies and movies sometimes, 3 day weekend schedule.
Cons: expensive biweekly insurance benefits, no room for advancement, no grace period for clocking in or out.
I'll start off by saying, the work is great, but as with any job, the human side of the work becomes tough to deal with. Human Resources and management are unskilled chiefs with an extreme level of unprofessionalism. GMs can be extremely salty and rude. Temporary associates are often treated as if they are disposable. Communication is terrible and causes poor production. That being said, the type of work is easy; just finding a method that helps you become a top performer is slightly the hard part. But once you find what works for you, you are good. The company often has hiring and pay raise freezes. Warehouse workers are often overworked and underpaid w/o raises. There's no room for growth. The culture of the warehouse is one of idleness, fear of change, and hopelessness. Many of the coworkers (associates) are nice and great to talk with. Breaks are okay; as with just about any job 2-15 min breaks with a half hour lunch. The giveaways are okay around the holidays. There's a lot to learn production wise.