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Ismael Tavera
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about 2 months ago

I wish my job @ #W I S international had...

I had a good experience with w i s, driving a van with the crew in different store locations to do inventory on the stores.

Unfortunately, I left due to better opportunities.

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Richard Sibley
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5 months ago

I would like to give advice but it has been six years since I worked there. I had lunch with my former boss (retired) and an engineer who works there and all he talked about is how much it has changed. It was basically a mom and pop shop when I started and it had change quite a bit while I worked there and apparently has changed exponentially since I have been gone.

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Casey Bush
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over 6 months ago

I wish my job @ #W.T Byler had...

To change there field management. Raise there pay, stop hiring people who can not speak English.

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David Bryson
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over 6 months ago

Run the Other Way! Their wiring department is a joke and the manager is the absolute worst I've ever encountered. She is inept, harasses her employees to the point of tears, bullies, doesn't know how to manage jobs/timing requiring employees to work overtime when unnecessary. Just know if you work here you will not have a life outside of work and they could care less. When I took my concerns to HR, I was then fired for a made-up reason and I have been there for over 10 years. This place is full of nepotism, conflicts of interest, and an owner who would rather keep a bad manager on simply because they know each other outside of work and go fishing together, than listen to and do what's in the best interest of his employees. Seriously, unless you want to work for a tyrant and lose your family because you are working 12 hour days 7 days a week for years, then find something else... somewhere that actually cares about it's employees. #management #jobsearch #stressful #advice #schedule #aboutmyjob

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Trent Guinn
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over 6 months ago

To nail an interview at #W.W.Grainger you should make sure you...

Don't interview with Grainger. With how little regard they have for tenure and loyalty during their RIF back in 2016, I wouldn't recommend working for WW Grainger.

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Sean Bennett
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over 6 months ago

Drama at #W.i.t.tDistributing

I don't remember anybody ever getting angry with me at that job it was I don't think that ever happened

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Sean Bennett
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over 6 months ago

What I loved working at #W.i.t.tDistributing

It was a great place to work and everybody was nice and friendly and can ask for a better place to work they ended up going out of business though

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Mecca Taylor
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over 6 months ago

I am in a job career that Yes I chose but it’s but 17 years and the company has not given any raises, 17 yrs doing what I love But.... now I really need to feel appreciated and I DONT!!! My statement is regarding over qualified, I have been looking for another job and every single one responded with “Sorry , we feel u are Over Qualified for the position!” What the What???? How??? If I have qualities that can Enhance ur company, y not hire the person that has them??? Help me understand and how to overcome this rage ........

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Hernan Torres
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over 6 months ago

Traveling and the opportunity to Groh up in positions

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