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It was a a good job the only reason I left was because it was hard labor and the pay at that time. I really wish I would have stay because after I left they went up in pay. You can actually make a career at amazon. The managers are pleasant and great. They made you feel appreciated and every morning we would do stretch.
Short break, and the pay at that time, work holidays sometimes
I worked in a fulfillment center. I was normally always in the top 3 for most items picked when I was a picker (somewhere around 850 items per hour). It feels like they just want more and more and I can't imagine working at this same position for longer than I did (a few months).
Everyone was very nice
Breaks too short, monotony
It was a good learning experience, and it rewarded me through my tenure there. Just stay focused, it gets hard but it’s worth it. It all really comes down to what you’re doing and commit to asking questions and understanding what you’re doing .
Paid time off, benefits
Hard work, long hours
You can expect a steady work flow everyday you enter the warehouse, while meeting nice, eccentric people from all over different walks of life. A typical day at work, you can expect to either sort packages off of the belt on to racks, stow the packages away in their respective bins, or run the carts filled with packages to the delivery trucks.
This job is hard work. They basically want you to be a robot. The hit you with statistics numerous times throughout the day and give you near impossible goals to achieve. Once you achieve those, they give you more goals. It’s seems they’re never satisfied. But I don’t blame the managers, they are just doing their job. It’s the company that puts the stress on the managers to push the employees past their limit. I am constantly tired, even when I’m not working. It’s hard on your body if you’re not used to the kind of work your doing. And break rooms/restrooms are so far you spent half your break walking there and back. To me, the money isn’t worth it.
1 paid break
Good pay, over time opportunities
Very neutral environment. You meet all kinds of people there. It’s worth the experience. Though the pay could be better for stats their expecting workers to achieve.
Very flexible with work first 90 days
They treat workers poorly at times
Well basically you got to move boxes and scan the boxes your rate must be at 150 also had to pull cages around also had two 15 minutes break and one 30 minutes break
No free lunches
Two 15, 15, an one 30 min
Company and culture has been great for me. This job is not for everyone. Lots of time spent on your feet and advancement requires a lot of self-sufficiency. There are plenty of opportunities but you have to be willing to put in the effort to make it happen. There are resources along the way to help you.
Rules fluctuate from shift to shift
I would say to try and find a warehouse close to you especially if you’re working part-time due to the drive costing you more than the check. Overall a good place to work if you like warehouse type of jobs.
All they care about is numbers ......they paint this great picture about safety and growing with the company......but yet they don't care ...numbers is what matters
Benefits on first day and minimum $15
Everything else is terrible
They forcibly cross train you in other departments w/o extra pay, they disquise it as Labor Share. However if you screw up in either position you work in, it will count against you. They are very unorganized. The turnover rate for managers is just as high for level 1 employees. They only follow the rules strictly when the OP mangers and above will be receiving bonuses. There are no bonuses for the permanent workers. Just that wonderful $15.35 + shift differentials and OT. Oh, and T-shirts and pins. Seasonal/PT employees make ($18) they dont receive benefits. You want straight answers about problems or concerns? You won't get them. They only tell you what the screen says, yet you can receive different answers from everybody you ask. You'd think safety is number 1 here, by the TV commercials and all(lol)? No, it isn't. Not when you see many safety violations and a safety team member walks right by it. I truly think some violations they are told to ignore. Working on OB Ship Dock during covid and seeing groups of people working right next to, on top of each other, and not a single word from safety. Management encouraging it (calls people from other depts to help out) because "people are depending on us." The air circulation is non-existent. We asked for fans in 2017, they sell them! Nothing until this year. Strategically placed however. So it's still hot in there, even during the winter. Because of covid they've laxed on the being back from breaks on time, but it'll return, Thanksgiving and Christmas is coming up. Meeting quotas=more money for them. But you this might be your - daha fazla
Benefits; for someone who needs them day one not in 90 days
To each their own. Many people like it and have no qualms.