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Promotions are slow even woth military experience. Its not what you know its who you know. Hold someone accountable and you are screwed. The culture is great but the political BS is demoralizing.
My schedule is 11 hours then I am force to stay another hour for a debriefing session that I don't have a clue how to do. I go home to get a call from Chime for a conference call from the Site Lead then another conference call on Work Life Harmony from headquarters. This place is a joke. No balance whatsoever.
No breaks, long hours, no proper training
If you don't know a lot about politics, learn before you work here. Work is overwhelmingly stressful a lot of the time, and if you're a salaried employee be prepared to be milked on every occasion. You will work a lot more hours than you are actually compensated for, and if you're not "plugged" in with the "right" people your career here will be miniature. The pay is nice when you actually work 40hrs a week. Salaried employees are on call 24-7 with no work to personal life balance. Everyone is so eager to get in good with the "right" people that work is just exploitation due to the "pick me" culture. This is not a good place for people of color who actually want to be compensated with a salary they've earned or deserve. White counterparts are paid higher for the same position with less experience and/or skills pertaining to the job. Remember kids: it's not what you know, it's who you know.
Stock (if you stay long enough for it), sign on bonus, and work schedule.
Culture and work environment.
They have amazing benefits, but that is about the only plus side of the company. There is a lot of turn over and several associates feel as if they are just a number. As a manager it is extremely difficult to be a people manager when senior leadership is breathing down your back for higher numbers. As a salaried person you average 50-80 hour work weeks and paid for 40 hours.
I was supposed to work in a fulfillment center this past summer but due to COVID, the internship ended up being online. I have received a return offer and plan to take it. Based on what I gathered from the internship, the company really demands you to buy into the culture and the working hours are super long. But the career growth opportunities are there, and there aren't many entry-level jobs where you can have the responsibility of leading and managing 100+ people. I believe this can be a very rewarding job if you're willing to put forth the working commitment.
Growing company, good benefits
There are plenty of opportunities to advance if so inclined. Six day work weeks from Thanksgiving to Christmas, and mandatory overtime during Prime week and other times as needed. Some site leadership and senior leadership is great, other times it is not. Luck of the draw due to constant shuffling and transferring of personnel.
Pay and benefits
This is a great job as long as you don't move up past a L3. Once you get into salary management, you're expected to work constantly. Work life balance does not exist and they don't care.
Work life balance non existent
Extremely long hours. MET every week and not even in peek yet. Attrition rate is extremely high with associates. Hard to lead and develop a team that is a revolving door. Most Area manager leave after one year and transfer to a different building.
Long hours 14 -16 hour days
Great training experience and salary. God awful management and zero support through the development process unfortunately. I would say it is a good job to take on if you don’t prioritise a healthy work life balance.
No work life balance, bullying culture
The job description was completely inaccurate. As an Area Manager, you are basically worked to death and have no work/life balance. The compensation is good however the fact that you are just babysitting warehouse associates all day does not make up for it.
Work life balance, culture, management
The benefits start on day one of work. You get discounts, new shoes, ect. If you are willing to work hard and be on your feet for 11 to 12 hours than working here should be fine for you!
Overtime unpaid salaried