Avis d'employé sur Bureau en gros
Regardless of how young and fit you are, or how much time you have, don't believe HR when they tell you that you'll only be working 8-hour shifts. Theirs a reason they ask you if you have flexible hours between 6am and 6pm. Unless theirs unforeseen circumstances, you don't return to the depot until your truck is empty, which on average is anywhere between 9-1/2 to 11 hours per day. Add bad weather into the mix and kiss your life goodbye. 50~ish stops per day, which is ridiculous for the amount of heavy lifting involved; manly boxes of paper, sometimes office furniture. Zero work/life balance, except for having weekends off. Starting wage of $17 an hour. Horrible pay and increase structure. Anything less than $20 an hour is less than a living wage. If you're young and naive, knock yourself out. If you're over 25 or have a family, look elsewhere.
Notes par catégorie
Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Pay, Long-Hours, No Work/Life Balance
HR won't even talk to you until they have a copy of an up-to-date Driver's Abstract, which is immediately asking for private/personal information before you even have your first chance to ask questions about whether or not you're even interested in the position. Look elsewhere.
HR, Management, Low Wages, Long Hours
- 9-1/2 to 11 hours per day (not 8 as HR claims) - Starting wage should be at least $20, not $17 - Repetitive lifting of boxes (reams of paper) - Regional driving only (no out of town) - Elody's HR tactics are slick
Autonomy, Stable Employment
Pay, Repetitive Lifting
Staples is an enigma when it comes to a workplace. You will 99% have great coworkers but management will be lacking. A bunch of suits who focus on more money then your lively hood. They care about the store stature and cleanliness but will lack staff and will reprimand you fail to complete these tasks. Its all about results, but the way they go to achieve these results are far from the norm.