Warehouse Supervisor Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Warehouse Supervisor?
Warehouse Supervisor in Laredo:
"Its awsome once you get the hang of it."
Pros: Dealing with people.
Cons: I don't get paid for over time.
Warehouse Supervisor in Reno:
Pros: Laid back environment and great people.
Cons: 55 hour weeks after they told me 40 hour weeks before I started.
Warehouse Supervisor in Traverse City:
"Fast pace, work flexicilty, medium stress level,"
Pros: My job is never the same every day. We have multiple different kinds of material and no one job is the same. Art, material, quantity, are to name a few differences. Also have four different warehouses so I get the chance to move around all day to control the material and employees I have to run these warehouses. Great atmosphere to work in because of the owner being an out of the box kind of thinker. We always are given projects to do on the side. So this helps with not being stuck in side all day.
Cons: Hours can be an issue because of the kind of work we do. We can be slow or busy in the same month. Some decisions the past few months on the company money has been undermined because of no bonus's and no perks as of lately.
Warehouse Supervisor in Oceanside:
"Headaches here and there. Nothing new."
Pros: I love that I'm able to help others in area they're weak in and teaching fast ways to get the job done faster and with better quality. Time is money. I'm able to produce certain without approval of my manager because more than likely it is needed. Knowing that I am responsible for the well being and up to date status of certain ingredients and maintenance of the production and equipment. I love the challenges of certain things ordered all of sudden and my boss looks forward for me to complete the task at hand.
Cons: There is no organization when its comes for my bosses being on the same page. It feels like a cut throat environment like if everybody is watching out for their themselves. No team spirit. Certain things that are needed always get questioned and it feels like there is no trust.