Valoraciones de Order Picker en Amazon.com
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Fast paced job, that keeps you busy. They care about your safety and well-being. Have a great learning program that’s implemented, the learning ambassadors are very helpful and make sure you’re comfortable with your processes while also being patient.
I had a false positive ua and couldn't get help from hr. I was told that I could come back in four months and when I tried, I was rejected. The company is so large that there is no personal aspects, you're just a number and a cog in a wheel that is thrown away when you need help.
None I know of
No one helps you figure out what is happening. Your left on your own.
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So far I’ve been happy at Amazon. The shifts go by really slow though which makes it tough to stay motivated. It can also be very tough on your body. There is a lot of squatting when picking from lower bins, so your knees can start to hurt by the end of your shift. Overall I’ve been happy with the job, I just wish we could listen to music or something to help the time pass by faster.
Boring, tough on knees.
You are just a number to them. They don't care about your experience or preference, you are hired to fill a spot and you are stuck there forever. HR and management are useless if you are lucky enough to talk to one of them.
you are a faceless number to them
Amazon is a good temporary job, only problem I had was the little breaks we had and the little time we had. 15 minute breaks were really 9 minutes after walking from your with station and going back
benefits, easy job
The coworkers who try to be on my first week we’re awesome and super easy to get along with. They made sure I felt prepared for my first day outside of training, and have continued to support me and answer questions when I have them.
I enjoyed working for Amazon but my foot was giving me problems and I couldn't go at a fast pace that they expect, because it was hard to walk on a hurt foot, heal spur or from were I was shot in my foot awhile back
Fun job, get exercise
Short breaks, too much walking
Maybe its me, but personally this is not a job I would recommend long-term. Its definitely okay for a short term (up to 6 months) gig. Hours are good for 4 hour shifts, and its $15 an hour, however thats traded for being sore, and running around in a panic if you get an extra heavy workload
Breaks, good pay, management is decent
Sore afterwards, stressful
It’s very boring they are not really social distancing too many people there. not only that but you have to keep rushing back to your station after break because everything is so far. Shifts are too long it would be nice if it were 8 hours positions available and on top of that they lack communication I have yet to meet my manager and every time I press andon so my problem can be solved no one ever comes. It’s very depressing the only thing that will keep somebody there is the pay
Break rooms too far, they want you to work too fast when you been standing for 12 hours, lack communication
Majority of team leaders are extremely thick. Harass you about social distancing but ONLY when your not on the clock if your working it’s fine. Unfair balance of work between pickers and other positions.The job is menial and dead end but easy and would be bare able if the management wasn’t so thick. Basically anyone in a yellow high vis (minus the security) are on power trips it’s putting stuff into boxes not rocket science
It’s the same each and every night. A long and lonely night. Very easy and very boring. It’s broken up in 3 parts. For example, You start at 6:45 and then have a 30 minute lunch at 11:10. Back at it at 11:40 until your 30 minute break at 1:55. Then you go from 2:25 to 5:15. The last part is always the worst to me for some reason. You aren’t allowed to do anything on your phone other than check the time. No ear buds or headphones 🎧 to listen to music. No talking on your phone needless to say. Of course, no variety in what you’re doing. It is very easy and if you show up and do your job, then no one bothers you. The management leaves a lot to be desired. The training and communication are both very lacking. You are left to figure things out for yourself in most cases.
It beats being unemployed.
Boring, no flexibility, a lot of lies and half truths
I enjoyed working here mainly because all my other jobs were customer service & I hated dealing with people. By far my highest paying job and easiest job. I was a picker so I didn’t do a lot of walking. Those considered “lazy” would be able to do this job as you just stand there and scan items.
Not enough breaks, mandatory over time
As an order picker, you do the same thing over and over for 10 hours a day 4 days a week for full time. 10 hours is too long for me and does not leave time for life outside of work those days. I leave work drained and lifeless and agitated and don't feel like doing anything else. but they pay $17 an hour so it's hard to leave because not many other companies pay that well. I recommend having a plan when you get there and not staying for very long.
Good pay, pretty long breaks, don't have to really talk to anybody
Boring, mindless, soul sucking, long hours
Worked at LGB3 as a picker, was unable to speak with anyone for 99% of my 10.5 hour shift, instead stood at a station for the entirety of my shift (bar breaks) and expected to meet an average task time of 8 seconds or less (420 tasks per hour was the expected rate). Important to note: almost no one actually meets this rate.
Decent pay for minimum effort
Short breaks, constantly monitored, if you go too slow management will be by soon enough.