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    Former Employee - Warehouse Manager in Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Warehouse Manager in Indianapolis, IN
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    I worked at Kent Landsberg full-time (Less than a year)


    The benefits are pretty decent and the pay is ok. The company is very safety oriented and really focuses on safety.


    Long hours. 12-14 hour days and a lot of weekends. The staff are not team players and everyone is working against each other. A lot of turnover. It's tough to be a manager when you are constantly thin on people and you have to jump in as a dock worker on a daily basis.

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    Customer Service/Administrative Assistant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Kent Landsberg (Houston, TX) in June 2011.


    I was asked to come in to meet with the head of customer service at that time was Sylvia Robles. She was very nice and asked me my background and i filled her in on it then i gave her all my paper work and job application they ask me to fill out. i was hired on as a temp and with in three months was full time.

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    • The most difficult question i was ever asked was when a customer came to will call and was flirting and asked me out and i was married. He happened to be one of our good customers. i took it to my boss who called his boss and ask that he not come back to will call. it was so unexpected I didn't know what to say to him.   1 Answer


    When i was working in the warehouse office i was looking for another job and found one to pay me over what i was making at Kent Landsberg. When i gave my 2 week notice they asked me how much to stay and i told them to match the other company and they did. However i had to get it in writing and still had to fight tooth and nail to get what was promised me.

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