DXP Enterprises – Houston, TX
of the IT Application Developer include, but are not limited to: • Design and develop business… CareerBuilder
DXP – Houston, TX
include: -Verification of data entered both alpha and numeric. -Keying information from a variety of sources into the database -The data entry clerk… DXP
DXP Enterprises – Shreveport, LA
Do you want to grow with us? At DXP we are passionate about what we do and driven to be the best solution for our industrial customers. Since… CareerBuilder
DXP Enterprises – Houston, TX
of the Outside Sales Professional include, but are not limited to: • Developing assigned sales… CareerBuilder
DXP Enterprises – Dallas, TX
of the Warehouse Associate include, but are not limited to: * Maintain customer order integrity… CareerBuilder
DXP Enterprises – Golden, CO
of the Warehouse Supervisor include, but are not limited to: * Supervise service team leads and… CareerBuilder
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I worked at DXP Enterprises full-time (more than an year)Pros
You will learn much, the " learning " comes in the form of added work you will receive because your peers are finding other jobs that pay 25% or 50% more than what DXP offers you.
If you're an optimist, just see it as a paid internship into the corporate world in which one can attain the skills to further their career elsewhere.
Benefits = GoodCons
If you're a realist, you work for a company that piles more and more work on top of your job description. This company will fight you tooth and nail if you request a raise in your annual review, one way they accomplish that is by the extra added work. They will load you up to where you will find difficulty meeting their standards for your 3% raise.
Think of DXP as the WAL-MART of the supply chain world and other companies and the COSTCO ( and we all know how much Wally World values their employees )
DXP compensation is in the lowest 10% in the field.
Average Salary of my Peers were $27- $30k ( if youre lucky ) ... no you don't automatically get your salary check on the 1st and 15th. You have to hit your 40 hrs ( understandable )
However if you go over 40 hrs, you are not salary you are hourly in which case they pay HALF of your hourly wage, NOT time and a half,
I REPEAT ... NOT TIME AND A HALF
if you figure your salaries hourly wage is say $14.50 and hour, you will be paid $7.25 per overtime hour. ( who does that ? )
Every negative thing you read about this company you have to take it with a grain of salt, in the case of DXP enterprises my experience there confirms every negative thing I've read so far in regards to how the company operates.
On my 3rd day someone in upper management mentioned in private that DXP isn't the kind of company where you move up, its the kind of company where you come in for a few years, get your skills and leave. I never asked him why but quickly found out for myself.Advice to ManagementAdvice
read the advice employees and former employees have posted on here and follow through.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO