ES3 Jobs & Careers in York, PA

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9 days ago

Automated Case Pick Generalist

ES3 York, PA

Maintain production levels and quality while keeping optimum safety standards and good housekeeping. Essential Functions Receiving : Confirm accuracy… Percipio Media

10 days ago

Warehouse Incentive Order Selector

ES3 York, PA

Ensure accuracy of work and adherence to production and safety standards. Use a headset to find individual items within warehouse. Remove full cases… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Safety Specialist

ES3 York, PA

• Implement and maintains the Safety Program, safety files, procedures, programs, and records in compliance with regulatory agencies requirements… ES3

17 days ago

Maintenance Mechanic / Automation Technician

ES3 York, PA

• To troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems and components and return to serviceability • To perform… ES3

30+ days ago

Receiver, Freezer

ES3 York, PA

• Verify condition of product by company IQL standards. • Check inbound loads for product and quantity variances different than BOL’s… ES3

23 days ago

Fault Recovery Specialist

ES3 York, PA

• Utilize warehouse automation computer system to monitor performance and detect faults • Clearly and effectively communicate equipment status to… ES3

9 days ago

FTA Lift Operator (Reach Truck)

ES3 York, PA

• Manually lift pallets to move into place • Manually stock/pick cases of product into warehouse racks • May clean slots in warehouse racks… ES3

13 days ago

Unloader (Sit-down Forklift Operator)

ES3 York, PA

• Unload trucks of food products in a safe and accurate manner. • Use RF mobile computers. • Operate a electric double pallet jack and sit down… ES3

3 days ago

Tower Loader – new

ES3 York, PA

• Loads, unloads, and moves materials onto trucks for shipment out of warehouse facility. • Inspect all equipment and dock doors within assigned… ES3

3 days ago

Mezzanine Generalist – new

ES3 York, PA

• Utilize warehouse automation computer system to monitor performance and detect faults • Resolving faults: removing jammed pallets from the… ES3

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    Management top heavy, expensive benefits, business model does not benefit hourly employees, is going downhill fast

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    Good place for unskilled laborers to get experience in the work force. Also a good place for felons to land a job. (Especially those with DUI's or drug charges)


    In the past few years this facility has gone downhill so fast! It puts in perspective the "Rich getting Richer, Poor getting Poorer" phrase. The business continues to grow and expand, however, the wages continue to lag. The annual evaluations yield a 1.5% wage increase at most. This is the most any employee is permitted to make on yearly evaluations. However, the weekly cost of health insurance has increased by 7.5% this year and had increased nearly 9% in 2013. Wages are going backwards. The unskilled laborers do make decent money, but bust their tails to get it. The skilled laborers are treated so poorly. I've heard some folks say they feel like they're being treated worse than they treat their dogs. Management speak to folks with such disrespect, it's incredible!
    This is an extremely numbers driven company, there is no concern for employee safety. This is a company wide attitude (including C&S Wholesalers who is the parent company, all owned by Richard Cohen, owner of Cohen Enterprises). The health insurance is terrible- high co-pays, high deductables, high coinsurance. It is a terrible benefits package. There's a matching 401K (match up to 3% and half match to 5%) which isn't bad. There are no bonuses, no profit share, and only 6 paid holidays. (Easter is not one of them). You will be required to work all holidays unless you are an office employee, by office I mean Directors, VPs, Pres., or HR. If you are required to work extra and can't make it in, you will be given a point. Holiday pay is 8 hours, no matter your normal schedule. Most schedules are 10 to 12 hour shifts. Most alternate days, for example, one could work mon. tues. wed. thurs. one week and the next week work thurs. fri sat sun mon. You are occasionally given one week advance notice for changes in work schedule. There are NO schedules that remain consist save a few hourly positions and all office employees.
    Overall, there are a LOT of unhappy employees that work in here, especially the folks that have been working here longer than 5+ years. However, when concerns are raised, management dismisses your statements and somehow finds a way to make it seem like your fault. You will not get promoted unless you are a good brown-noser, and even then, when you do get promoted you will likely be terminated within a year for whatever they come up with. Also, do not expect to have a life outside of work, you will forget what your families faces look like. You will forget what having fun is. You will likely turn into a negative and miserable person.

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    Treat people with respect. Stop talking to us as if we were children. Pull your head out of your bum and see how badly you are hurting what used to be a great company to work for. Listen to your people and take action on their concerns. Communicate more and often and continuously.

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