- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
The work is not too hard or complicated from a mental standpoint.
Wages are not high for how rough the work can be on your body at times. Steady hours every week but overtime fluctuations make it hard to earn more than a very basic income.
Advice to Management
Instead of trying to sell employees on the low difficulties of the job while ignoring the toll work in the warehouse can have on the body and using that to justify low wages, you coud maybe be better served compensating employees for the effort they put into work that can wear them down physically.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Vitacost (Boca Raton, FL).
An executive assistance helped book travel arrangements, including flights, hotel accommodations, car rental and reimbursement for meals. The interview was meant to include 4-one hour blocks talking to separate people. Only two of those showed up and the interview ended a half an hour early. The company also has a strict guest/visitor policy and I was given a really hokey looking scrap of paper (meant to be a name tag) written with pen that someone came up with at the last second.
- All the questions were low-ball. One of the HR Representatives simply asked "so you think you can do this job?" before simply talking about the company, area, and when I could begin. 2 Answers
Several emails and a phone call were sent back and forth. The company was at least generous in terms of negotiating salary.
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Vitacost.com hopes to capitalize on convenience, low cost, and people's unending desire for better health. The online retailer offers about 32,000 products (from algae to zinc), including dietary supplements, health food, and body care items, at discounted prices. In addition to selling name brands (such as Atkins and Burt's Bees), the firm makes and sells its own Nutraceutical Sciences Institute (NSI) brand of nutritional products. Customers can also shop by phone or mail order, but online orders account for the majority of Vitacost.com's sales. The company ...