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Uline Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Richard Uihlein
  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics


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Rating is calculated based on 489 reviews and is evolving.


Facilities in Edmonton, AB
on 21 February 2021
Great opportunity for hardworking individuals who want to start a career with a growing company.
I have been at Uline for close to 4 years and am very happy that I applied when I did. As a growing branch there have been many opportunities to learn new skills and further my career. I have been lucky enough to move into many different roles to assist with our growth. Not everyone will move as quickly through the roles but there will be more opportunities that open up. The work is fast paced and everyone is held accountable for their production/accuracy which means you are expected to give your best everyday. If you are not meeting expectations there will be follow up and coaching. Due to our continued growth and unpredictable times, there is the need to work overtime to get customers their orders on time. Management works to try and get everyone home on time but there will be days when overtime is expected. Uline expects a lot out of their employees but they return hard work with higher wages and benefits. The team in Edmonton is great to work with and with a new building opening later this year, this is a perfect time to join the team.
Inside Sales Representative in Milton, ON
on 4 July 2021
Industry leading pay/benefits with incredible mentors
Pros:The People- Every employee and manager I've worked with at Uline is incredibly kind and open to having conversations regardless of their position. During onboarding and training they have a mentorship program that allows you to work and train with a tenured mentor. The mentor genuinely cares about your well being and I still go to them for questions and advice. The Pay- Entry level positions are above industry average pay with competitive benefits and a great profit sharing annual bonus that is provided to all employees. The Position- Due to the wide breadth of customers Uline supplies products to, every day is wildly different. I've never had a boring day as we are empowered to deal with virtually all situations brought to our attention. This allows you to work with the customer to find the right solution and is incredibly fulfilling as you often work with small businesses.Cons:Location- The branch has a large warehouse that our products are shipped from, so it is located in Milton to be able to accommodate the space. This can be difficult for commuters who do not have access to their own car.
Inside Sales Representative in Milton, ON
on 30 June 2021
Well managed company and treat employees well. Great place to work.
Very well managed company treats their employees well.Uline recognize the unique value in every individual and provides equal opportunity in terms of growth.Uline has very strong value in terms of making a positive contribution to their employees, customers & vendors.Excellent pay, benefits and competitive bonus.Great culture, enthusiastic managers and motivating environment.Provides internal growth internal opportunity.Able to manage workload independently.Overall a great company with all the positives to work with.
Customer Service Representative in Milton, ON
on 26 June 2021
Good Pay, Good People.
Customer Service Team is A+. Caring, collaborative and constantly learning and developing. Fast paced, but a good customer base, easy tools, excellent training and a very supporting environment.
Account Manager in Ontario
on 20 June 2021
Cult-like culture
Get ready for some serious cult-like mentality as you go through your first interview. First, they sit about 50 people on plastic chairs and long tables setup in the warehouse floor. Then you go through some exercises to show that you know how to count and how fast you can process information (some 10 pages of numbers that you need to add and multiply). Then they sit you with the same 50 people in front of 10 recruiters, no privacy, all done in the open, in front of everyone, right on the floor of their warehouse. The interview starts with a 10 minutes schpeal with them praising how great their company is and how they expect people to give their 100% to grow within. The person who interviewed me had absolutely no idea what position I had applied for, nor were they able to explain what I would be doing on a day-to-day basis (I mean, it’s a sales position, it shouldn’t be hard to explain). From there it really went downhill as they started asking very personal questions such as: if I had children and what were my salary expectations. It became really uncomfortable so I thanked the recruiter for their time and walked out of the interview.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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They are more concerned about the assessment exams then the interview

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