Pros: 401k matching, travel opportunities
Cons: 12+ hour work days, minimal advancement opportunity
My typical day is putting out the latest issue. Our company has global warehouses and I am here to resolve any problems that come up throughout the day along with developing and training on new processes in local warehouses.
I've learned to multi-task here more than any other job and how to deal with differnt cultures thoughout different regions in – more... the world.
Management here is difficult to get in touch with and big picture focused. Current management has been very hands off with my day to day work and have trust in me that things are getting accomplished.
My co-workers have all been great. They are what makes the days enjoyable. I am currently in a location where I am the only one employed by my company, but have been welcomed.
The hardest part of the job is managing all the different requests that come through on a daily basis. We have some high profile customers and I need to be aware of any issues that arise each day to be able to answer to management about root causes and how we are resolving and correcting for future.
The most enjoyable part is hearing the appreciation of co-workers when their request has been taken care of. – less