If someone were looking to work at Adidas I would tell them it's a great place to work the hours are good and the work is very easy.

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Rafael Castaneda Congrats Rafael, I wish you all the best!

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I really never made any mistakes while working at Adidas.

The last time a co-worker got upset with me we talked the issue out and worked out our differences and continued out our work day.

The most stressful day was really tiring when we would have different orders coming in for different amounts of soccer balls and had to fill them by a certain time frame.

The most stressful day was really tiring when we would have different orders coming in for different amounts of soccer balls and had to fill them by a certain time frame.

I liked the hours working first shift. And the work was easy and a friendly environment. I liked working 12 hours a day.

I'm always busy, love helping people.

I made a difference at Adidas warehouse taking on leadership for my team for production..Picking 100 or more cases a hour for 11.5 hours meeting or numbers for that shift. Feels amazing to be able to lead ur team to production every night.

That's how its DONE!!! Next, MANAGERIAL position if you aren't already one! ; )

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Being a senior employee I enjoyed treating and respecting the younger employees (average age 16-22) as people as opposed to expendable employees. I also focused upon what positives that they did for the store. Current 27 year old management never complimented but only every told them what they did wrong or what they should have done better.

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Only work at a factory outlet store if you need to make $8 hourly for about 10 hours a week and be treated as a worker and not a person. Yes, please publish this for the youngsters.

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