INVENTORY SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Southern Ca – 25 November 2017
I have nothing to comment about, really! They don't offer benefits, and I simply needed some income, this wasn't a career choice. I did not like the hours, I wanted more! A typical day was counting products as fast as I could, it was all about speed and accuracy. Management was friendly but stern. The easiest part was taking a break and the hardest was counting accurately yet quickly
Feeling good when I am praised about how many I counted accurately
Inventory Specialist (Current Employee) – Raleigh – 3 October 2015
I enjoy working for Pics inventory my co -worker and manager are friendly and easy to get a long with. It's a great part time job. The company is very straight forward with what they are looking for from their employee.
Customer service manager (Irvine Branch) (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – 11 September 2015
Under the stewardship of the original founders, PICS was hands down the best work experience I have ever been party to. It is a shame that recent changes in ownership have led to many cuts in the tenured staff in favor of consultants, outsourcing experts, and other change management specialists.
Still, PICS provides industry-level services to its clients and the remaining staff is a pleasure to work with. I recommend this company to anyone that has aspirations to learn about the safety and prequalification industry.
good benefits, decent pay, free snacks, awesome team
Is undergoing structural changes, "consultants" ahoy
Supplier Enablement Representative (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – 12 April 2015
great company, but not very good at recognizing potential, and already proven employees. Secure as long as you do your work. Management is pretty good, just tend do go through management changes quite often.
Cubicle styled workplace, not greatly stimulating, but steady and will pay the bills.
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – 17 March 2015
This was a good job when it came to the coworkers and support from immediate supervisors. However, the lack of acknowledgement from management, and the nature of the job behind a desk all day in a cubicle. Made this a very boring job, not very stimulating. High turnover rate.
Some opportunities for moving up in the company though.
Auditor (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – 1 February 2015
Has a lot of benefits to it. The district managers in Columbia are great in their field and are willing to work alongside with other jobs depending on times. You work alongside around a crew of 20 and connect with many others in different businesses
Ken Herrold and Mayra Salinas are easy to work with
Good job for those who like to have a social life.
Inventory Auditor (Current Employee) – Hazleton, PA – 1 October 2014
Not much room for advancement at all. Holidays means no work for at least a week. Around Christmas it is like a month and a half. Get up early everyday, like around 4;30. But you are usually home at 2 or 3 PM. They have a ridiculous policy where they pay you minimum wage while you travel to the jobs, and if you are not the driver, you dont get paid for the first and last 30 minutes of travel time. Other than that, if you need money and don't want to do much, pretty good job here. They are always hiring because the turnover is high.
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – 4150 Grange Hall Rd Holly, MI 48442 – 7 August 2014
A typical day at work would consist of Inventory Organizer, scanning products and storing them in the computer base. I learned how to use a calculated hand held computer to keep count of inventory, and also how to work in a fast paced environment. Management was very hands on and determined to get the job done. My co-workers were fast-learners and focused people. Standing in the freezer aisle, and its very cold with no sweater or gloves. The most enjoyable part was working with friendly, positive people.
Supervisor:Safety Auditing US / Canada (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – 24 July 2014
• Translate the Website to French in Alpha and test it in Beta. • Transfer safety records from ISN to PICS including audits. • Helping Operators with their Contractors, Suppliers in the US and Canada with their EHS requirements. • Investigate and correct injury classification. • Verify and OSHA logs according to OSHA regulations. • Provide and classify safety policies open requirements of Audits. • Improve Safety Manuals in order to pass Audits. • Attend Implementation Audits and OSHA inspections. • Verify employees Certificates to the client standers. • Answer all the contractors’ questions on their qualification requirements and how to pass them according to the standers. • Get the contractors ready to the Audit (Manual and Implementation). • Help contractors complete their safety requirements for their Operators. • Verify and approve Safety Manual, EMR, Loss Run, OSHA logs, MSHA, Insurance Certificates….
they try to have events for the employees to take part in outside of work, sometimes with their families
Auditiing Customer Care Rep (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – 15 May 2014
Co-workers are great and willing to help assist in any way. They work hours are good BUT you don't get 40 hours per week. The supervisor tries to get the employees suggestions on events for everyone to take part in outside of work. It feels more like Customer Service rather than the Call Center type office (which is good). They have excellent benefits to offer.
Company events, co-workers, benefits
low pay, plus work less than 40 hours a week, notice added task to your original job description
Auditor (Current Employee) – Columbia SC – 4 May 2014
I find the job to be exciting in some aspects, and repetitive in others, all employees are tracked by their productivity so it allows for some competitiveness every day. It helped remind me how friendly competition helps you grow professionally as we all want to be able to excel and perform our jobs well and the fact we are tracked every day makes it so that you are constantly trying to improve your skills and abilities and as a team we continue to grow everyday.