Inventory Clerk/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kamloops, BC – 20 October 2013
If you know how to count.. its pretty simple job. Its the travel and constant stareing at objects that can get to you. a typical day at work can be anywhere from two and a half hours long to 17 hours long.. that is including travel time. All sorts of different inventory locations from hardware stores to convenient store locations. I have learned that counting can be alot of fun with the right people around you.. I did it for quite a long period of time and stayed with it because you were at a different location and different kind of count everyday. You get to travel from kamloops up to three hours away and sometime longer outside the area, meet lots of cool people and have alot of fun on road trips. The hardest part of the job would be the wear and tare the travelling can take on your body over time. Also stareing at objects over and over again counting can do a number on your eyes. Most enjoyable part is finishing the large jobs in record times. That was always fun!
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 November 2017
The shifts are very short , or very long . Their isn't a set time when to finish. Management isn't encouraging at all. Theirs no opportunity to advance within the company. People aren't friendly nor approachable. Hardest part of the job is to maintain accuracy. Overall terrible place to work and lots of criticism.