Receiving, Inspecting, Processing (RIP) Technician (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – 5 March 2017
The Receiving, Inspecting, and Processing Technician position was a fairly simple job to do, but the hours at the business were very demanding. Weeks tended to be 50-60 hours and had been like that for months. On top of a personal 40 minute one way drive to get to work, it was incredibly exhausting.
A typical day at work was inspecting phones and tablets, using a simple to understand computer questionnaire about possible defects, and determining if the product was good for resale or not. Entire job took place at a standing desk, although chairs were being given out right as I voluntarily left so that I could finish my Bachelor's degree, although they tended to hinder more than they helped, due to the desk size.
Managers I dealt with were extremely friendly and very willing to assist with any and all problems. Probably some of the best people I've worked for. They could be professional and personal at the same time, striking a good balance of being your boss, but also your friend. Someone who was there to help you and take care of you.
Hardest part of the job was honestly just the hours. There was very little movement for where I was stationed, so the long hours tended to give me leg and lower back pains from lack of movement.
I loved working there very grateful apprected co-workers an employer. Great benefits an great pay. Great place to work at.
Picker/Packer (outbound) (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – 18 November 2016
Great all around place to be employed threw. Great benefits an great pay. Grateful coworkers an employer. Only downside is you only get two 10 minute breaks an of course you mandatory 30 minute lunch break. Also extremely fast pace working environment. Very tight work schedule to keep on time with during work hours.
Rip/refurb phones (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – 15 December 2016
It's a great place to work. You can choose to sit or stand. The people are awesome. Even the leads and trainers great people. They're patient with you. Any questions just ask. Never a wrong or right questions. Just ask.
You can take 30 to hr. lunch break and you get two 20min paid breaks
Class A CDL Crude Oil Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 7 November 2013
I quit gazelle because of the constant mis-treatment of the drivers. Very much an us vs. them mentality by management. They also promised me quite a bit more money than I ended up making. Just getting management to talk to you was a challenge. They also tell you that traveling assignments are voluntary at the interview. But once hired you are often forced to travel for long periods of time so don't believe them when they tell you it's voluntary. My paychecks were constantly short and I constantly had to fight to get paid properly.
Bad Management, lies about driver salary and traveling.
Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – 27 January 2016
A great company to work for. They do a lot to take care of their employees, and develop a culture that's wonderful to be in. There isn't much opportunity for advancement within the company, but day to day life is great.