Pros: sometimes we got an hour lunch
Cons: alot of walking
The supervisor always had a start-up meeting with the associates, letting us know what floor we were working on that day and how much product was available to pick. Once the meeting was finished, we went to get our gladiator, tape gun, a cart, and a set of labels to start with. Management was decent, always caring and more than willing to work with you through a situation. Co-workers were friendly and very good when it came to helping one another. I believe that the hardest part of the job was rushing to make production when business was slow and working the long 9 hour shifts when work was heavy. Other than that, the most enjoyable part of my day was taking lunch. I got to rest my feet for a few minutes and got to associate with friends (co-workers).