After working there my first day, my feet were so sore I could hardly walk, and after the commute on transit, I only had about 7 hours to sleep before heading to my next shift. That was not enough time to rest my feet properly and they began to hurt a lot faster with each day of the week. They make you work at a pace that I feel is both dangerous and depending on what items you are picking, impossible to match. On the second week, I ended up with a migraine halfway through one of my shift and had to leave. I covered it with my PTO (Paid time off, of which you get 20 hours for the first 3 months and an additional 20 are added after that for the rest of the year). The following day my Migraine was still going strong, so I did as directed and called the attendance hotline number, given to me on the helpful information paper I was given on orientation day. I then received an e-mail the next day saying that I missed my shift and would not be able to cover it and was given 2.5 attendance points for no call no show, even though I did call. I strongly reccomend looking for a job elsewhere and not falling for what is said at the new hire orientation. I will be quitting as soon as I find other work.
long underpaid hard work, unfarely administered attendance points