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Former Employee – worked at Tacoma Goodwill full-time for more than a year
Pros – -Friendly IT staff- we were a small IT team that worked as a unit.
Cons – -Paid hourly, $1 above minimum wage.
-Need more choices in health benefits
2012-07-31 10:29 PDT
Current Employee – been working at Tacoma Goodwill full-time for less than a year
Pros – It's an honest living, with some decent benefits if you can make it to that point.
Cons – Horrible working conditions, aside from the pet dandur, fleas, rat feces, and very heavy dust, you have unreasonable working conditions. If the person sending the totes is mad at you or does not like you then you will never meet your quota. Not enough proper functioning equipment to get the job done, like pricing guns. God forbid you ask for personal protective equipment, they get mad at you for that. They scream at you in front of all your co-workers and think nothing of it (workplace bullying). The employees that have been here for years treat new people very poorly and no one does anything about that. Overall, not worth the extreme stress for a job that pays only minimum wage. The supervisors are a joke. They are the bullyies and do nothing but intimidate people. It's almost comical how they do it, they have nothing better to do? Someone with higher authority or a company spy should go in and experience what its like. Maybe something would get done. Find a different job!
Advice to Senior Management – Stop bullying. Stop violating simple OSHA rules. Do something productive for the company instead of emotionally beating up employees who don't deserve it. Give people a chance even if you are miserable in your own life.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-09-26 10:57 PDT
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