Inventory supervisor (Former Employee), everett – May 2, 2014
Pros: easy job
Cons: bad night hours and wack scheduled hours starting 4 hours from ea other
They give terrible hours typically and even if you are very good at your job and they offer promotion you can count on that promotion taking months to go through... People are always fun there lots of funny conversations and always laid back.
inventory (Former Employee), colorado – May 2, 2014
Cons: poor pay/hours, bait and switch work environment
was originally hired for supervisor week into the job was told that was going not going to be supervisor and put on inventory crew.barley any work hours, off site human resources that really don't care about employee problems. pay terrible for inventory takers.
inventory associate (Former Employee), parkersburg, wv – April 30, 2014
Pros: party, co workers
Cons: pay sucks, per diam sucks, staff suck
no ganentee hrs, they talk down on you.. all they care bout is speed and still tell you, your not doing well. ya u get to travel n meet cool people. the employees are cool.. party up and down.. but for long term or if u thx ull get rich... u wont.. 267 bucks bring home a week, and thats not even ganentee...
Inventory Associate (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – April 30, 2014
Pros: free per diems for food.
Cons: hour lunch, no brakes
A typical day is an active day. We are expected to lift, twist, and go up ladders, but the activity is also what makes the job so much fun. I immensely enjoy being able to move around instead of standing or sitting in one spot all day.
My co-workers are all business oreiented, simply meaning they came to work, and they're ready to help each other out – more... so that we can all finish the job together at the same time.
The management are all light-hearted, ready to make you laugh if you're feeling down and oddly very well groomed. – less
Inventory Associate (Current Employee), Albany, NY – April 21, 2014
I honestly would of loved the job. They hardly gave hours, I felt like they hired me and didnt care to observe how i progressed. I would of loved to work more but there website keep giving difficulties every time i logged in.
over all this job is good for people with out families, but its a check for now
Inventory Specialist (Current Employee), Bakersfield, CA – April 11, 2014
Pros: meeting new people
Cons: need new management
a typical day at work is counting product all day, I've learned 10 key with speed, i have managed many employees, my co-workers are multi-culture, very diverse, the hardest part of the job is traveling and being gone from home every week and staying in cheap different motels every week, the most enjoyable part of the job is coming home at the end of – more... the week – less
WIS is a company, that is called in to inventory various stores. You will be asked to work on the road, for long periods of time. They offer decent insurance, but not so good pay.. If u are a student looking for a cool summer job, Then this could work for you.
Inventory Associate (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FL – April 10, 2014
Pros: meeting different people daily
Cons: no benefits
my review with this company were you never no where you will be working for that day you might been in town or had to travel out of town which made the job exciting, I learn alot about how important inventory is to a company, management made your job fun, my co-workers worked as a team, the hardest part about the job was you not sure what time your – more... shift will end. – less
Inventory Specialist (Former Employee), Oakland, CA – April 4, 2014
Pros: keep you working, good co-workers
Cons: money doesn't add up to the work
This job is great for someone who's never had a job before but at the same time this job has to much going on that they don't really engage with there workers, when I worked there I never received my name tag my uniform or anything that was supposed to be assigned even when I brought it up to the managers.