- Capital Books and Wellness06.Nov 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- Invest in your long term employees, instead of going through constant turnover. I understand that companies don't want to have to pay as much when it comes to benefits, but overall, when less mistakes happen, it's more cost effective for the company.
What I like about the company
The company was a warehouse shipping/receiving position, so I always had a set schedule, & I had a good group of co-workers whom all did their part.
What I dislike about the company
I didn't like the work environment. People had to work in total silence, we couldn't even talk during unpaid breaks, & they had a "1 mistake & you're on probation" approach. Good workers got punished for past mistakes that weren't even theirs to begin with, & overall, people weren't happy.
- CompanyCapital Books and Wellness
- CityGrand Junction
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee
- PositionNot specified