I worked nightshift from 12:00 to 8:00 am. october 2015-june 2016 Very unorganized warehouse..... no signage. That was my biggest problem. Very high paced and stressful job done in -1 and -40 degrees. You start out by stacking chicken bins and cleaning. Then the trucks come in and you unload them with a forklift or standing jack. After everything is in the warehouse you build orders and put them in their respective place. at 6Am the truckers come in and you load their 50 foot trailers on pallets.
Honestly i was fired, but i still respect the guys there. The night manager bob, is a salty old school guy. But he has a WEALTH of knowledge about warehousing. Liston too this guy because he wouldn't ask you to do anything he hasnt done with his 30 years of experience. When i started i didnt like the guy, but when i left he honestly made me a better man and a better worker.
The only thing i should warn people about is that it is a high paced stressful job done on graveyard hours. There is NO mistakes, you mess an order up or dont ship something it costs the company money and time.
If you are a sorta weak person who cant handle stress and getting it right do not apply here. I fit what i just typed but i lasted 8 month's can you?
Also, the truckers are all really cool guys. Gus is a guy you want to learn from because he is a great teacher.
This job takes a mature experienced warehousing guy. There is no room for mistakes, bob is a awesome boss but he is TOUGH. Just work really hard and DONT be afraid to ask him questions.
great benifits and wage. good guys to work with. guss the trucker is amazing
bob liked to yell, horrible hours, stressful, cold, no mistakes
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