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18 days ago

Distribution Associate 2

United Stationers Inc Union City, CA

Open House Immediate Interviews Looking to start 2015 with a new exciting job?! Then look no further.We are hiring!!!! We are hiring… CareerBuilder


13 days ago

Distribution Associate 2

United Stationers Inc Sacramento, CA

An advanced-level distribution role that requires frequent material handling equipment use. This role utilizes cutt… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Distribution Associate 2

United Stationers Inc Orlando, FL

An advanced-level distribution role that requires frequent material handling equipment use. This role utilizes cutt… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Distribution Associate 2

United Stationers Inc. Lithia Springs, GA

United Stationers is a pure wholesale distributor of a broad range of business products including office, janitorial, break room and industrial… Percipio Media


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United Stationers Reviews

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United Stationers President and CEO P. Cody Phipps
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    Good people - good culture

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    I have been working at United Stationers

    Pros

    The culture emphasizes associate feedback, so you will always have an opportunity to give your opinions and suggestions. Not much turnover at the facility I work at, so the group is pretty tight socially. Good benefits, 401K matching (50% up to 6%), relaxed attendance policy (allows a 6 minute grace period before being considered late), employee purchases at cost. Overtime is normal, but almost never on the weekends unless you're working inbound.

    Cons

    If you're in the warehouse, it gets pretty hot in the summer and pretty chili in the winter. If you're on third shift, you don't go home until all the routes are out. This company is big on SOPs, so not much room to do things your own way (unless you try to get the SOP changed). As previously mentioned, not much turnover, so not many opportunities to move around (not the case in all facilities).

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    The annual review process needs work. It's been proven that competency models are bogus.

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