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28 days ago

Warehouse Distribution Specialist

McMaster-Carr Santa Fe Springs, Los Angeles, CA

Successful Warehouse Distribution Specialists are critical thinkers who make quick decisions in a fast-paced, active environment. Our Specialists… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Operations Specialist

McMaster-Carr Robbinsville, NJ

This is a position for people who embrace learning. Satisfying the demands of our customers requires collaboration, skilled communication… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Warehouse Operations Specialist

McMaster-Carr Robbinsville, NJ

You will work in an achievement-based environment where success is recognized and rewarded. Over time, successful staff will develop a broad… CareerBuilder

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    Great benefits, some good people but no upper mobility.

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    Current Employee - Business Operations Specialist in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Business Operations Specialist in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at McMaster-Carr full-time (less than an year)


    Benefits, benefits, benefits. Pays pretty well. You work with some cool people.


    If you are not hired into the management development role, you pretty much have no opportunity for career advancement. There are lots of lateral "promotions" but the chance for vertical promotions is pretty much non-existent.

    Many of the managers are managers because they went to college at a prestigious school, not because they know how to manage people or a company.

    Lots of micromanagement.

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    I think that there are people with the experience and demonstrated ability should have the opportunity for vertical advancement with the company. Should not be based on what school you went to, but on merit, hard work, and the demonstrated ability to excel. No one position should be unattainable based on where you began with the company.

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