A typical day at NTD for me consisted of picking tire orders I had been assigned, loading driver's vehicles, and then repeating this two more times. When orders did not need picking, I would assist my co-workers with putting away returns and newly received products.
Working at NTD taught me that I have a strong work ethic and to not compare my work-load to others as each individual has a different expectation of themselves at work.
The management was professional, but knew how to connect with employees and kept the work environment fun. When the busy-time hit, you could rely on management to step up and assist with the daily tasks within the warehouse to help avoid over-working or burn-out of employees.
The hardest part of the job is being able to keep up with orders in the winter-time, which is the busy season.
The most enjoyable/rewarding parts of the job is the sweat-equity you get. The physicality of the job allows you to go home tired - you truly feel like you earned your paycheque. The job helps you stay in decent physical shape - especially in winter when you're picking and putting away thousands of tires a day.