Awful job. Nothing like job description. Don't bother unless you're it's your last resort.
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 12 December 2016
Was described as part time or split shift and worked 10 hrs with hardly any break. Then wasn't paid for all my time worked.
Areas to take inventory were a total mess which slowed down job then you got in trouble for not going fast enough. Meanwhile was told the stores were prepared for us.
Mind numbing and never ending. Terrible pay. Have to buy your own uniform before you even know if you want to stay with the job. Miserable coworkers. Supervisors don't care how long they've told you you'll be working or that you're waiting for a ride to leave at the end of the day. Only care bout the customer.
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – London, ON – 7 December 2016
Prepare for a repetitive and mind numbing position with WIS.
Hours of scanning tags and organizing shelves. Stores are supposed to clean and organize prior to WIS arriving to do inventory but that often is not the case so you will likely have to rummage through everything to keep your scanner info. organized.
Management LIES. Promoting the opportunity to advance, but you never will. And even so, it'll never be worth it.
Low class. Do not apply if you have aspirations of being successful.
Inventory clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 November 2016
Successfully scanned and counted inventory data using company scanner Applied basic mathematical skills for re-counting and verification Travel responsibilities included travelling with selected counting group spanning from BC across to Manitoba Canada counting for two major retailers; Wal-Mart Canada Corp and Home Depot Canada
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 November 2016
All the managers are very nice and understanding the hardest part of the job is when youre scheduled for warehouses the most enjoyable part of the job was when i made friends and they helped me improve
Inventory Clerk (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 24 October 2016
I have enjoyed a lot of experiences at WIS with my co-workers, it's always a load of fun working because you can communicate with your co-workers and always receive respect as long as you give it. The only downside of working at WIS is your shifts are always an unexpected length because let's say you take a guess and say a shift will be 6 hours then it turns into a 13 hour shift. All in all, WIS is a very enjoyable company to work with and you're always in a good environment.
Counter Clerk (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 16 October 2016
In the beginning I loved working at Wis, but after a couple months of working there my opinion slowly changed. I loved my team I worked with and my supervisor but we worked big stores for many hours with one thirty minute break. Thankfully this job gave me a lot of work experience and I found myself constantly trying to improve and work harder.
i have got very good working expirance good team work practic having hand with differnt tools
Inventory Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 October 2016
working with leader mechanical I have got good plumbing skills but same time I was not free to practice different jobs but generally it was good to have that opportunity to developed new skill and knowledge
INVENTORY SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 15 September 2016
arrive at work select a wizard and get the program listen to supervisor and start work I was the manager so I would let people know what we were doing for the day I was very pleasant to work with so my crew were very pleasant to listen to my direction all of the managers of the stores liked my work sometimes we come down to the time wire and have to transmit by certain time so I help crew finish and get transmitted on time it was always a happy environment I would make for my crew so no one worked in a mad mode
Inventory Clerk (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 28 July 2016
Audit and Reconcile work done by the team of Inventory clerks Inspect the quality of Inventory count as a part of the team when not supervised or engaged in other responsibilities Provide services to both new and existing customers Review and analyze service levels on a continuous basis Establish and maintain effective business relationships with clients
invintory counter (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 26 July 2016
Working at WIS was a very good experience for me.The co-workers were very helpfull for me. You basically just count all the inventory that is on the shelves at a variety of different stores. The worst part of the job was having to kneel down to count the merchandise on the lower shelves.