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9 days ago

Part-Time Warehouse Worker - Evening Hours

Scholastic Arlington, TX

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Part-Time Warehouse Worker - Product Coordinator

Scholastic Arlington, TX

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of… ClickCast

7 days ago

Outside Sales Representative - Ft. Worth

Scholastic Dallas, TX

Seeking Full-Time Outside Salesperson (Book Fair Field Representative) to work with schools in the *Fort Worth community* This is a seasonal… ClickCast

29 days ago

Outside Sales Representative - Dallas & Rockwall County

Scholastic Dallas, TX

Seeking Full-Time Outside Salesperson (Book Fair Field Representative) to work with schools in the *North Dallas, Richardson and Irving vicinity… ClickCast

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    Money hungry company. Top management does not care about you. Will act like they do.

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    Former Employee - Forklift Operator in Arlington, TX
    Former Employee - Forklift Operator in Arlington, TX
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    I worked at Scholastic full-time (More than a year)


    Laid back work wasn't always push and hustle. Free lunches sometimes. Work hours are good. Off on weekends. Pay was not to bad. Once you get to know people work place seems like your 2nd family. Good for a 2nd job with part time opportunities. Paid holidays even if seasonal. work breaks are good. Truck drivers know almost everything, get to talk to them and know them, they know all the dirty dirty.


    Gossip! you will hear it at least twice a week. 1st shift gets favored over 2nd all the time it sucks. If you get hired on as a seasonal make friends with your superiors fast. They will give you a voice to upper management if they like you.. Worked there for a year and a half and finally moved up to a forklift operator, I got lucky.. Later on got term because of a forklift accident.. Funny thing is they made me do a drug test anyway and fired me 2 days later not even considering me as a person that has a life and bills to pay, they will throw you back on the street like they found you.. JOBLESS. So don't get in any accidents lol. Management from all over the country will come at least twice a month to this scholastic since there is something always wrong going on & because it is the 3rd biggest branch. Supervisors come and go. Management will walk all over you and make you feel like a nobody, if you let them. Don't get me wrong, the supervisors are cool but its the upper management that breaths on their neck and then take it out on you. Unless you're full time don't always expect 40 hours, there will be some weeks you wont work like spring break. Not very much advancement in company. Very dusty place. When its hot its HOT and when its cold is COLD. They don't like spending money if somethings broken don't expect it to be fixed in a reasonable time. BIC's have to be brought in all the time from different branches to remind us we're doing things wrong and how to improve them.

    Advice to Management

    Employees should be trained more properly, especially the operators. Was told one time by supervisors we were doing things wrong for a years with the RF scanners when picking product off on cherry pickers. Multi-million dollar company and you're very cheap, not just in the pay category *You raised the minimum wage recently and everyone really appreciated it* all your employees talk about it every other day. You see things on paper and expect to to be done like it on paper. Your employees are not robots. Next time you want to complain about something that is not done like it is on paper * especially the labored part of the job, like unloading and loading book cases, and stacking the boxes to be sent to the line* you should try it for yourself. Your spreadsheets and "facts" don't mean crap to anybody while you're sitting down behind a computer in the A/C. Just being honest Management has to also realize that if it works for one branch its not always gonna work for another, considering that this is the 3rd biggest in the country.

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