Based on 381 responses, the job of Shipping and Receiving Clerk has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.58 out of 5. On average, Shipping and Receiving Clerks are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Shipping and Receiving Clerk?
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Agawam:
Pros: I like the people I work with...the closeness to home. Being home to spend time with family. I like the challenge of what my many jobs intail.
Cons: Stress. Being pulled in many different directions.
It's not easy but it sure is fun.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Albany:
Always have a shipment request documented before anything goes out your facility. Be accurate with all documents to the best of your abilities especially over seas shipments & always be mindful that you are the last one to see a product that leaves your building so make it look the best it can be.
Not enough good paying jobs.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Grinnell:
Pros: It’s small town
Cons: No opportunities
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Westfield:
Pros: Close to home
Cons: 30 mins to work
Company for teenagers.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Cleveland:
Pros: My job description
Cons: Pay rate
Simple job made too complicated.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Kansas City:
Pros: Great pay.
Cons: This job is let for someone very independent. As I am. The new management team is starting to really micro manage in all the wrong places. Turning a rather simple task to an unnecessary overly complicated position. Trying to hold the supervisors and lower management accountable for their employees. Most of the time this is an acceptable tactic to get a team running the way they should. But at my plant it is a union shop. This makes corrective action irrelevant and impossible to make change out of a union member who does not want to work.
Some days are busy, others are not but everyday I learn somehing new.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk in Calgary:
Pros: Helping the customers get their orders as at when due.
Cons: No overtime for clerks