Order Picker (Former Employee) – Flowermound tx – March 4, 2017
Picked and pulled orders Load, unload, sort and stock goods Data Entry, printed labels, manifested orders, scheduled pick up from various freight carriers Handled returns Inventory Control, cycle counts Forklift used: Electric pallet jack, Reach truck, Clamp, Stand up and Sit down
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 6, 2016
I work at HD Supply in Orlando fl as a warehouse associate every job has its pros and cons and I have a few dealing with this job first the pros. It was a small company only 8 people working in my department so there was no feeling of being lost when at work you also had your weekends off . The supervision and management were also great everyone there were like family coworkers help when you need. Some cons the work was sometimes backbreaking with long hours 12pm to 11pm no time in the day for anything the pay was also very very low!! and the benefits were also bad overall not a good place to work am happy that I left that place doing something better only my god honest opinion.
Forklift, Picker, Clamp, Electric (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 17, 2015
I love what I'm doing on a daily basis. My coworkers are amazing. Company has a long history of being in business. I have been with HD for less than a year. But I feel that its hard for me to advance. Also I see some favoritizing from management towards some employees.
Selector (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – August 18, 2015
I work in the case pick area and compared to other selecting jobs it is much easier to consistently hit your production target. On the flip side of that coin there is no incentive to go above and beyond. While my current manager is constantly showing his appreciation for going above and beyond, no one runs to hear good job. Not a bad place to work, however there is a pretty annoying lack of procedure and follow through from most management. Be ready to pull Toilet bowls weighing up to 60 lbs. from over head and up to 40 ft. up in the air. Lots of politics, to the point of slowing down shifts because of people not liking each other especially management.
Easier more sustainable standards, verbal recognition for jobs well done...
large heavy akward objects in tops of racks, no bonus pay/incentive, unnecessary and useless politicing, managers sometimes non existent or will take on easier or less physical tasks.
Order Puller (Former Employee) – Monroe, NC – June 8, 2015
Very negative work environment. Learned how to Audit work load. Management was easy to deal with. Co-workers were horrible. Working with negative co-workers was hardest thing to deal with on consistant basis. Best part was working alone.
order puller (Current Employee) – Phoenix, Arizona – March 18, 2015
A typical work day consist of me pulling orders to be delivered in a timely manner using a hand held electronical device as well as a electric pallet jack. What i have learned from this company is how to run an electric pallet jack as well as the high pick machine. Honestly the hardest part of this job is the hours, I don't mind working long hours it is just i don't get home untill late when my kids are already in bed.
Picker/Loader (Former Employee) – Groveport, Ohio – March 4, 2015
Work hours are very unpredictable- working hours range anywhere from 8-16 hour work days,. Experience of the job was the learning and gaining knowledge of processing shipments from picking products from product line, packing, labels, scanning, and giving shipment to the proper carrier, for customer delivery. Management team is more focused on numbers and not so much quality of work, or your safety. Co-workers are very focused and dedicated in my work group. Job difficulty is trying to make quota when it's not possible to obtain. Enjoy the overall job- not hard at all, pays well, and good benefits.