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30+ days ago

Weekend Customer Service Representative (Part-Time)

Associated Wholesalers Robesonia, PA

High school diploma or G.E.D. in addition to a minimum of 3-5 years experience in phone customer service or related field; strong computer skills are… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Inventory Control Clerk

Associated Wholesalers Robesonia, PA

include; maintaining inventory accuracy, performing cycle counts, reconciling inventories, analyzing discrepancies, answering email inquiries and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Truck Driver

Associated Wholesalers Robesonia, PA

To be considered for this opportunity, an individual must possess a current CDL-A license and a minimum of 2 years of recent driving experience… Glassdoor

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    AWI can feel like a family at times, but can also feel quite dysfunctional.

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    Former Employee - Supervisor in Robesonia, PA
    Former Employee - Supervisor in Robesonia, PA

    I worked at Associated Wholesalers full-time (more than 8 years)


    AWI offers a fair salary. Most hourly and a few salary employees are nice to work with and generally have the best interest of the company at heart. Most customers are very pleasant to interact with, which allows you to feel invested in their success or failure. The company makes great strides to offer newer technology/equipment, but all too often does not follow through with training or making sure all functions were purchased in order to use said equipment/programs properly.


    Too many "bottom dollar" practices, which too often results in customer and employee irritation. Management turnover rate is every few years which causes implementation of previously failed policies (not quick to listen to long term employees suggestions). Mid-level management (depending on the department) often fails to communicate important information, which results in easily avoidable and often costly errors. Upper management often negatively targets employees based on personal feelings rather than fact.

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    As someone who dedicated almost a decade of their life to this company, I have had the pleasure of working with some great people. I have also had the displeasure of working under a few people who used their authority for personal gain. My advice to management would be to listen to their employees and talk to lower level employees and supervisors to find out what is going on within a department. Focus on the positive in employees and what they have accomplished for your company, instead of the negative which can always be corrected or is explainable.

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