IT Resource Solutions

Pickers Mequon, WI
Salary: $ – $

1st shift (6:00 AM-2:30 PM) needs:

• 2-3 full-time pickers ($14.00) (REQ’s: R0024672, R0024676, R0024677)

o Use RFID scanner to pick items for orders

o Must be ok with walking at fast pace all day

2nd shift (2:30 PM-11:30 PM) needs:

• 2 full-time bulk team members ($14.00 – no forklift experience, $16.00 – forklift experience) (REQ’s: R0024684, R0024685)

o Pull cases of shoes (approximately 20-25 lbs per case) from our bulk shelves

o Build pallets of cases

o Use pallet jacks to move the inventory around the warehouse

o Stock product to the shelves

o Manual unload inbound trucks of inventory (approximately 500 cases in a 2 hr timeframe)

Bulk team members will need to be able to withstand the physical nature of the job

Bulk candidates who meet the expectations outlined below, who do not have forklift experience, will be trained and subject to a wage increase ($16.00) upon certification. If they have forklift experience, we can expedite the process of being certified. If they don’t, it can still be a fast process (and thus fast way to increase their wage) depending on their willingness to learn and ability to retain that skill while maintaining a safe environment. This is a great opportunity for someone to get forklift experience and the ball is in their court in terms of how quickly they can increase their wage.

My expectations that I always lay out in the interview, no matter the position:

1. Attendance, punctuality, and communication (in advance for missing shifts)

a. Attendance is the #1 thing that tells us whether a candidate will workout or not. We are now setting expectations in the interview that the candidate gets one missed day (unexcused) in their first 90 days before termination

b. OT is mandatory when it is called. This would include additional hours during the week and the potential for Saturday’s, if needed

2. Productivity

3. Cross-training

4. Situational awareness – work safely and be aware of your surroundings

5. Be respectful

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