WH1/Safety Point (Current Employee), Chattanooga TN – November 4, 2014
A typical work day involves the team and management to collaborate together to get the best results for hitting there key performance indicators for the period. My fellow employees are all talented individuals and the best part is management recognizes their talent which boost their working moral. Overall my workplace is a great environment to work at. The only thing I would change is having the opportunity for company advancement.
Some stores had a higher rate of sales than others. Some stores, at times could be rather slow, but very productive especially on holidays
Merchandiser (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – October 19, 2014
I was in charge of filling shelves with our product, stocking and maintaining backroom stock in the warehouses of district stores. I assisted customers if needed and made sure the shelves had good rotation of stock. I assisted store managers if shelves needed to be built or broken down for the companies usage. I also had much experience with pallet jacks and forklifts rotating our product in the warehouse backroom.
Loader/Builder (Former Employee), Norfolk, VA – September 28, 2014
Cons: very labor intensive
Very labor intensive if you are an order builder, this company does pay more that the average company paying for the same type of work. If your able to meet the physical demands daily this job pays well.
Cycle Count Analyst (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – September 22, 2014
Great company and benefits. Work/life balance is not very good. Have learned to adapt even more quickly than before to changes in policies and job procedures since being employed with company. Great opportunities to advance within company and become involved in company committees.