Warehouse Supervisor Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Warehouse Supervisor?

Warehouse Supervisor in Dallas:
"First Mind."
Follow your first mind, your first instinct. Don't second guess yourself that you can't do the job, you know what has to be done to maintain, so just get the job done.

Warehouse Supervisor in Bronx:
"Good and the bad."
Pros: I'll learn everything hands on all aspects of warehousing operations and apply them.
Cons: Workloads are overwhelming and a lot of responsibility.

Warehouse Supervisor in Kansas:
"Opportunity."
Leadership responsibility people skills commitment prioritization skills.

Warehouse Supervisor in Bellingham:
"Working the Warehouse."
Pros: I like that I work with people dort of a customer sevice type job. I over see our Administartion supplies warehouse and provide office supplies to our Organization. I also do shipping and recieveing which can be a pain some times. But it is ok. I order requested supplies on a weekly basis and provide any help our dept needs. I back up all positions in our Dept as well. If one of our staff is sick or needs time off I am capable of picking up the slack.
Cons: Its a tedious job and get overwhelming at times. Having to work with people who come with colds or dealing with people who cpomplain that they didint get their deliverys yet and expect me to know where it is at. When they are the ones who ordered it.

Warehouse Supervisor in Mira Loma:
"Poltics."
Learn all aspects of job.

Warehouse Supervisor in Mankato:
"Very demanding work."
Keep a level head and don't let employees walk all over you.

Warehouse Supervisor in Pittsburgh:
"Communication and Leadership."
Team leadership with open door communication is key a must have skill.