Pros: some cool people work there
Cons: where do i start? horrible management, no training, high expectations, it's all about speed but dangerous, accidents every day, no supervision so people cut corners that hurt the employees doing it right, high turnover at nearly every position, every other day mariachi is blasted through the warehouse all day long.
This place is the most disorganized, dangerous, amateurish place there is to work. Seriously run!! You get started by training for one day then they begin harassing about pick rates and stuff. By my second day I was training another new associate. MY SECOND DAY! There is basically a vacuum at the management positions with the exception of one person – more... who does his job well. They use a point system designed to fire you. There are two machines you can punch in to and unless you fight your way to the front of the line you will be a couple minutes late just because of the line.. Bam! points.. 30 minute lunches so no time to get food if you don't bring a lunch.. Managers sit in the office all day and offer zero support..(again with the exception of one man). On the floor, the tier racks they use are extremely sketchy.. They teeter on top of eachother and the shady practices people do to keep their pick rates up means that you have to bring down full racks that are stacked 4 high on top of empty racks. There is no accountability so you might as well do it wrong too.. If you try doing it the right way you will be singled out for being slower than everyone else. Oh and if you drop a rack (which everyone does, some people all 4) you go straight in for drug tests and are treated like a criminal until the results come back.(never happened to me luckily, but saw it many times in a few short months). The bonus is unless the wrong person saw you do it, they'll never know it was you, if you just sneak off when it happens. I guess a perk to the lazy managers never leaving their comfy offices. – less