#
Warehouselogistics
Share Topic
Report Content
Warehouse work here! This topic explores those who are interested in working in a warehouse as well as those who currently do. Want to learn about different warehouse roles, how to get them, and how to survive the tough demands? This is the topic for you!
+163k followers
Ask a question
Sort by:
2 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Eric Reyner

A) become a trainer B) get a new job

1w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Michael Evans

If you're not already, get certified for all the different types of forklifts/towmotors, especially as a heavy equipment operator.

3d
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Add
6
4 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Jeffrey Mack
Top Answer
1 person found this answer helpful

Id say it could be better. However I believe at the rate of pay and the turn over rate there , you can understand that the answer is mediocre @ best.

6w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
brett sampson

The job sucks plain and simple. Every aspect of it. From low oay to feeling like you are working and noone else is

5w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Add
See all answers
Deanna Ortiz

Use your interview to talk about your experience and the successes you've had in past jobs. Good luck on your job search!

7w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
HERMIT BANNIS

You can reflect on your resume. Have references and bring pictures and dates it your work.

6w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Add
3
1 Answer
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Heath AlvaCommunity Specialist
Community Specialist

@Cash Ford you'll need to be accurate in your position when filling out orders, ability to stand on your feet for long periods of time and be quick with your time on task.

3w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Add
2 months ago

I really want to find my first job. I'm curious to work from home or work in a warehouse, but my only problem is that I don't have a driving license and I don't drive a car. there is one more thing my English is not perfect and sometimes it is hard for me to understand. #warehouselogistics #workfromhome #firstjob

3
Like
Comment
Share
Be the first one to answer
Add
May delRosario
3 months ago

It is unethical and illegal for the employer to cancel an employee's health insurance without notification. How would you handle this situation after your employer notifies you 3 months later? #workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents #coronavirus #deliverydriver #foodservices #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver

135
56 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Jarrade Hatcher

Talk to a lawyer

8w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
james benjamin

Cnc machine

7w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Add
Halah Mohammed
3 months ago

Why they post the job every where looking for workers and they don’t accept them or they say come for #interview and they don’t accept anyone even if the say no experience required for the job. @ #workfromhome #jobsearch #hiringevents #healthcare #retail #motivation #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver #application

72
16 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Stephen Spencer
Top Answer
1 person found this answer helpful

I have the same question, I've applied to MANY "urgently hiring" places and gotten rejected, even after waiting and re applying after the sign is still up...

13w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Darryl Deer

They are like that

13w
1
Reply
1 Marked Helpful
Add
Mitchell Junkins
3 months ago

I'm a hard worker believe in doing the best at whatever I do #motivation #warehouselogistics #truckdriver #ridesharedriver #jobsearch #deliverydriver

3
Like
Comment
Share
1
3 Answers
Like
Answer
Share
See all answers
Chris Lesik

Material Handling

14w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
neal davis

Shipping receiving

13w
Mark As Helpful
Reply
Add