Forklift Operator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Forklift Operator?

Forklift Operator in Santa Rosa:
"Office conditions."
Pros: Good pay and benefits. Interesting work. Interesting co-workers.
Cons: Poor career growth opportunities; repetitive work.

Forklift Operator in New Orleans:
"Safety, a level head, and the ability to work efficiently."
Understand that customer service and safety are top priority. Learning the product and where it is located is essential for job success. Learn the computer and go out of your way to watch a veteran in action. Effective communication with receiving is especially important to make sure you have the space for the freight coming in daily. Taking initiative on inquiring about freight is also a plus because it insures your success as an employee.

Forklift Operator in Charlotte:
"Easy."
Pros: Weekends off.
Cons: Working 3rd shift I don't really like would rather work 2nd shift with weekends off.

Forklift Operator in Cheverly:
"Multi-purpose."
Pros: I have a great love for heavy equipment.
Cons: There is nothing I dislike about it.

Forklift Operator in Jackson:
"Hard on you."
Pros: Busy work.
Cons: Not paid enough, expected to do too much, hard on your body, high stress levels, no breaks.

Forklift Operator in Allentown:
"Monotonous."
Pros: Satisfaction.
Cons: The shift time.

Forklift Operator in Bellingham:
"Rewarding."
Pros: Sense of accomplishment, enjoy operating forklift loading unloading trucks, talking to customers.
Cons: Cold environment, high stress, heavy workload, unappreciated.