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Working at Uline: Company Overview and Reviews

Overall Reviews at Uline

2.0

Warehouse Associate | Ontario, CA | Aug 8, 2018

It's a job not a career

I am currently a freight stock picker. The job is great if you are able to keep to yourself and keep and smile on in front of management. The pay, for what the job entails, is very good. If you enjoy being able to keep interactions to a minimum and focus on your work, then it is a great job. You are merely. Not your employee number, but your productivity and accuracy for that day. It does not matter if you are able to exceed numbers on a daily basis. If you have one bad day, or one error outside of your control, then that is all you become to your management. The old adage of "what have you done for me lately," is very apt here. Any sense of identity and individuality is thrown out of the window here. You must conform to their set of standards otherwise you are seen as a problem. Lack of career advancement is non-existent, unless you assimilate. From my experience, you have to excel above and beyond all goals in place to be even considered. Only then THEY will place you where they like. If you request to learn other responsibilities, then it becomes a constant barrage of misleading or leading on. There were many empty promises made that lead to nowhere. It is a good job if you are able to fit their mold, but disagree or speak your voice on any issue, you become a nuisance. All that is required of you is to keep your head down and focus on the task at hand and you can excel here. It could be an excellent career if not for the management. Otherwise,

ProsPay and Benefits

ConsManagement

1.0

Cherry Picker | Ontario, CA | May 1, 2014

Overall Poor Management, Always harassed the workers, no job security, Hard work

A typical day at work consisted of getting eight orders every hour. I learned that going the extra mile and helping out others goes a long way. Because in the end they will help out as well. Management was all that great. It was constant harassment. Never a good day there. They always had something to say never a good complement. My co-workers always made my day better always making jokes and making the best of situations. The hardest part of the job was knowing that you sent out the customer what they ordered and inventory showed you sent it but somehow got lost in the shipping and it was blamed on you. Second hardest was that some items the clerks or supervisors always gave workers that were struggling the hardest orders that were up in the E, or F level and they weighed over 100lbs in quantities of twenty or more. and in the end they yelled at you because you didn't hit the daily goal. The only enjoyable part was being able to get your check and bonus at the end of the year. My time at Uline was a horrible experience. I would not recommend anyone applying there unless you would like to be managed as an Adolf Hitler run company.

Proshigh pay rate, bonus and friendly co-workers

Conswork was always negative, poor management, always denied vacations, no work/life balance, no job security

1.0

Warehouse Worker | Ontario, CA | Mar 17, 2014

Listen to me...RUN!!!

One of the worst places I ever worked for, and trust me I've had my share of jobs. The Good... .Deceant pay BUT...horrible raises year after year.example...3 cents!! .end of year bonouses .coworkers...because every one hates it. The bad... .Seems that a lot of employees are getting ill with stress related issues. .micro management .waaaaay to many managers/leads and no one can't seem to comunicate properly .if you like being yelled at this job is for you .If you like feeling like the harder you try the more they expect and less they care..then this job for you .if meeting unrealistic physical quotas in which people are constantly throwing their backs out trying to achive is your idea of a good job.then by all means apply... .if you feel like being downgraded to a trash throwing or rack cleaning possition after being on medical or sick leave..then take the job. . If you like knowing that once you get hurt here and having a lawsuit against them doesn't stop them from firing employees.. then..take it. If the only thing that matters to you is getting deceant pay with horrible raises.and lots of last minute mandatory o.t. .making them billionaires at the expense of your family or personal time and health then uline is for you if not..then take my advice and run!

Proshealth bennefits

Conseverythng else

1.0

Warehouse Worker | Ontario, CA | Aug 28, 2021

No life. There's only work life.

Be prepared to work long and hard! Have a family? Get used to not seeing them as often. Mandatory overtime everyday of the week (you may have to go in on your days off). They are BIG on precision and accuracy!!! They will get on you for any little mistake! Also if you have tattoos be prepared to cover them up, you can't? Well you can't work there (there's a dress code).They offer vacation but the schedule for vacation is already filled up until next year (be prepared to not even use your vacation!). The pay is good but it's definitely not enough for all the hours you put in (and the toll it takes on the family and personal life) & the current cost of housing etc. They claim to care about their associates mental health but in all honesty they don't. Once you start working there you are worked to the bone and they make you feel awful about one little mistake (don't trust management). Overall, the place sounds great because of the pay and benefits but it's not. What's the point in having a decent paying job when you're too tired to enjoy what you spend hours working for?

ProsPay, free lunch, raffles, benefits

ConsLong workdays, work environment, poor management, no life, expectations

2.0

Warehouse Associate | Ontario, CA | Dec 26, 2018

Not a long career like you would think

This job is temporary most of the people their 75% have only been their for 2 years. Very high turnover rate. When I started 2 years later most of the people had either quit or had been fired that seems to be the cycle. You work long days and 1 break, back breaking work till you are gassed out and replace you for a fresh new employee. Yes the benefits and pay is great but not worth it in my opinion. Alot of people injured their back working their, if the company really cared about its employees it would work with them to stay long term and not give up on them for "lack of performance" glad i Ieft and started and actual trade career and never looked back. If you like the pay and work like a robot and 25 managers watching your every move and judging you knock yourself out.

ProsPay, pto

Cons1 lunch break, schedule, managers, boring

1.0

Warehouse Assistant Manager | Ontario, CA | Oct 30, 2012

Hitler-style environment

Spent 6 years here as a manager. Lead by fear of terminating employees and you will be fine here. Play favorites and go drinking with the boss and you will be fine here. Laugh at all his jokes too or else. Make sure your red and blues are ironed and clean like a military academy. Dont forget your belt or you will be sent home without pay and dont return without it. Not structured accountability, if you are not liked, you will be cast typed for the entire duration you work there. Only structured policy is attendance. Dont miss a clock in punch or you will be written up. Make sure your workstation or machine is spotless. Use windex to clean the keyboards with a cotton swab. Dont forget to get fired for something you had nothing to do with....

Proshigher paid warehouse jobs around

Conssee info posted below

2.0

Warehouse Associate | Ontario, CA | Jul 8, 2021

Great pay but no work/life balance

Good pay but you're not home enough wirh family with the schedule . PTO rarely approved , overwork you and too much work politics. A lot of favorites. They say they have an open door policy but he is really there to protect the company and not the employees. A lot of gossip. Micro managing at it's finest . Do one wrong thing and your on the bad list for a long time with no opportunity to move up . Very stressful at time because they expect perfection from everyone and they constantly have to " have a talk " with you about something and it just brings you down . Customer is always right even if you know you sent something and inventory is correct that error still stays on you because the customer is always right .

ProsFree lunches, pay

ConsWork/life balance, favoritism

2.0

Loader/Unloader | Ontario, CA | Jan 22, 2021

Fast paced environment with long days.

Getting my foot in the door at Uline was a goal of mine for some time. Once I was in there it was not what I expected, not even after reading the reviews. Once in there for a few months I no longer wanted to work there. You can get a direct hire or they also have temporary workers (via employment agencies) and I also observed the Temps be treated entirely different and talked down to. Everything is so micromanaged and you're answering to multiple different supervisors and bosses that you can't help but start to feel like you're incompetent. The hours were good the pay was substantial but I don't want to work for a company that hangs the almighty dollar over your head.

ProsHours, pay

ConsTreated unfairly, favoritism, typical work politics

2.0

Customer Service Representative | Ontario, CA | Apr 4, 2016

Very Traditional

Uline is excellent regarding employee benefits. The pay is okay, there are yearly bonuses which are not heard of anymore. They also provide health and 401k. Overall, the employees are smart, hard working individuals as well. Where the company falls short however is in its culture. Micromanaging is inevitable, very strict guidelines and metrics. You feel like you're going to be fired at any moment. If you are young, and want a job that has benefits as well as a good culture, this is not the place. Uline is more for the introverted, followers who don't want to think for themselves.

ProsBenfits

ConsMicromanagement

3.0

Training Manager | Ontario, CA | May 9, 2020

Productive and daily goal oriented, great pay

The pay is excellent compared to most companies and the job being basic. You’re just either picking or packing orders. Emphasis is placed on speed and accuracy so you have to have initiative and be competitive. Not to overlook safety which is put above what was previously said. Management is both great and unresponsive. Sadly some don’t care about anyone else but themselves. Fortunately the majority are great to work with and easy to deal with when issues come up. Overall, a great place to work if you’re goal oriented and work hard. You’ll definitely be rewarded in pay and promotions.

Sours: https://www.simplyhired.com/company/Uline/?l=Ontario%2C+CA

Uline Employee Reviews

Long hours, unreasonable goals, zero work/life balance

Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) - Kenosha, WI - September 5, 2021

U-line is a solid, stable place to work. Their business is booming and there is never a shortage of work to be done. If you can get your foot in the door. Their hiring process is pretty in depth and lengthy. I interviewed with 3 different people in almost 3 hours in order to obtain a job there. The crazy part is that it was only for a job as a warehouse associate. My job literally involved packing boxes and eventually picking customer orders. This does requires a high degree of accuracy and speed, but the overall skillset does not require that much. It is an extremely physical job in the warehouse, and this is exacerbated by the unreasonable requirement to put up certain efficiency numbers every single day that you are there. You are expected to maintain the same pace at 7pm as you started with at 10am, in a congested, fast paced environment. There is no alleviation to this goal regardless of extenuating circumstances. Fail to meet your expectation a number of times, and you will get talked to. Eventually your job can be on the line for lack of production I saw this happen to several people. Their business levels right now make for zero work/life balance. You are there 8 to 10 hours a day during their odd schedule to meet customer and shipping demands. Typically 10am to around 630pm is the posted schedule, but you will find yourself there until 8pm most nights. There are opportunities to get earlier shift hours, but the requirements to meet their criteria is not well explained and you realize very quickly that the people who have these shifts, tend to keep them - 

Pros

Pay, consistency, stability

Cons

Long Hours, Micromanaging, high performance expectations, PTO approval

Sours: https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Uline/reviews
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Working at Uline: Company Overview and Reviews

Overall Reviews at Uline

2.0

| Coppell, TX | Sep 9, 2019

As a temp/perm, you can find something better for $14.00/18.00

If you are a temp, and it’s a $14.00 pay, please be prepared to do all the back breaking work while the other temps do the easiest work. Your first day will consist of the night manager giving you a 10 minute orientation and from there, will drive you in a cart to place you with all the other temps. There are probably only about 7 temps at that work the night shift. Temps and permanents do not work together. Temps will work with temps, and permanents, will work with permanents. However if temps are behind on work, they will bring a few permanents to help out. Temps will always be behind from time to time due to the high turn over rate so help will always be needed. The job task at the beginning of the work shift for temps will consists of unloading bubble wraps from a trailer. These bubble wraps are not heavy, but theyre wide, and you can still injure yourself if you don’t use the proper lifting technique. Unloading bubble wraps on the night shift is usually a job task that takes about 30-45 minutes. The thing is, unloading bubble wraps is not your primary job and it was never your job task, they only give it to the temps because its something for you to do until what you signed up for is available at 9pm. Your main job task as a temp is to cut pallets of boxes. The fork lift drivers will line up pallets, and pallets upon pallets of boxes and your job task, depending on how the other temps have the system set up, is to remove paper work from the pallet, cut the card

ProsThe Supervisor who overlooked the temps was a great guy

Consnot given the proper tools

1.0

Order Picker | Braselton, GA | Aug 28, 2020

You are nothing but an automated laborer

I worked at uline for a few years. i got the chance to do several different jobs because i stayed productive. Overall, the work environment is not too good. The warehouse is very hot and you will be moving, non-stop, for 9-10 hrs every day lifting items up to a few hundred pounds. They say to wait for a "team lift" on heavy items but waiting for 5-10 mins will get you in trouble due to low production rate. I had a few things crack and pop on my body as a picker, and when i asked my manger if i could do something else because my body hurt they told me that "everybody has aches and pains" and to try to tough it out. I've been gone for quite some time and still have some injuries that i acquired from uline that i feel everyday now. When i stretch in the morning and move during the day, my chest and shoulders crack.. The work schedule is right in the middle of the day, in the late fall and winter i remember going to work when it was dark. I also left when it was dark, i saw sunlight only during my lunch. The only break that you get is a 1-hr lunch break, which many call "one hour on the yard". Sometimes they feed everyone. Production is hard! I learned the hard way- Iam an extremely hard worker, but if you forget to clock into your specific job function, you will not get your production points. My Eval was horrible because of this even though i stayed busy at all times, and did "favors" for managment that did not earn any production points (lines). Management- probably the mo

Prosfree coffee & tea, discounted beverages, good pay, benefits

Cons1 break, schedule, HEAVY lifting, high production rate, Horrible management, uniform, unbelievable errors, constant write-ups, no career path

1.0

Warehouse Worker | Coppell, TX | Mar 27, 2015

Worst Managed Company Award

In all my years of working this is by far the worst managed company ever. Sure they're a million dollar business., the pay and benefits are good but at what cost? If you ever have to wake up in the morning and think what's the worst that can happen, then my friend you have thought of Uline. Management is poor, they talk to you like they are just way better than you, nobody has a back bone in that company cause every answer you get is, "that's what corporate said". If you have a good idea you can forget it. They don't care what you have to say, think, do, or feel unless it's the Uline way. Management told me Work was more important than family and it took me everything in my will to keep from cursing or punching him in the face. You aren't allowed to be sick cause if if you are it counts against your attendance, who cares that your lying in the hospital, you better well hit your production numbers no if's, and's or but's. God forbid if it snows and you can't leave your house due to ice, even though the schools in the area are shut down too, confirming its unsafe for kids to go to school, you better make sure u rent a snow sled and somehow make it to work. And if it snows 2 days in a row, now you're just being a belligerent employee and has nothing to do with the weather. Considering I'm in Texas and it never snows in Texas but when it does you better risk your life and get to work or its a hit against your attendance and not just 1 occurrence but 2 occurrences so now your almo

ProsPay and Benefits

ConsJust think about it and there you have it

1.0

Warehouse Associate | Breinigsville, PA | May 7, 2021

Other than money, it's a horrible place to work at.

After working there for many years, you quickly learn that things are never going to get better. Management lies to you on a daily basis and when we're short-staffed they love to say "Don't worry, help is on the way." The help never comes, or if it does...they quit very soon after. And think about it this way: why is it that a company that claims to be so "good and successful" is always holding job fairs of hundreds of people every week? BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS QUITTING. Sure...the pay is good and all, but it's not worth the daily stress and frustration you get put through. You feel belittled there every day because they enjoy telling the majority of the workers how badly they're doing or underperforming. Uline is a company of "Yes People." If you don't tell them 'yes' to everything they tell you, then you'll soon find yourself on their bad list. So in other words, I hope that you're a push-over...because those are the only people that will succeed there. If you couldn't tell already, management and leadership there is absolutely horrible. From poor leadership, to the time they waste not helping out when help is desperately needed. If you're even considering applying for this jailhouse, then I hope you like late/long hours. The work schedule makes it impossible to have a life outside of work, especially when you're getting home after 8:30pm almost every night. And then you just end up wasting your only two days off on the weekends recovering from the brutal week you jus

ProsSalary/Pay

ConsHours, overtime, management, deceitfulness, workload, constant stress, physical pains, bad mental state

3.0

Senior Customer Service Representative | Kenosha, WI | Nov 27, 2018

Benefits to Compensate for Elitist & Archaic Culture

The information provided in this review pertains primarily to the Customer Service Department at the Kenosha, WI (formerly Waukegan, IL) branch; while the overarching themes are the same throughout the company, other branches or departments may have different offerings and policies. e., slacks

Pros401(k), Healthcare, FSA, EAP, AD&D, Bonuses, OT, PTO, Paid Holidays, Tuition Assistance

ConsDress Code, Culture

3.0

Warehouse Associate | Kenosha, WI | Sep 5, 2021

Long hours, unreasonable goals, zero work/life balance

U-line is a solid, stable place to work. Their business is booming and there is never a shortage of work to be done. If you can get your foot in the door. Their hiring process is pretty in depth and lengthy. I interviewed with 3 different people in almost 3 hours in order to obtain a job there. The crazy part is that it was only for a job as a warehouse associate. My job literally involved packing boxes and eventually picking customer orders. This does requires a high degree of accuracy and speed, but the overall skillset does not require that much. It is an extremely physical job in the warehouse, and this is exacerbated by the unreasonable requirement to put up certain efficiency numbers every single day that you are there. You are expected to maintain the same pace at 7pm as you started with at 10am, in a congested, fast paced environment. There is no alleviation to this goal regardless of extenuating circumstances. Fail to meet your expectation a number of times, and you will get talked to. Eventually your job can be on the line for lack of production I saw this happen to several people. Their business levels right now make for zero work/life balance. You are there 8 to 10 hours a day during their odd schedule to meet customer and shipping demands. Typically 10am to around 630pm is the posted schedule, but you will find yourself there until 8pm most nights. There are opportunities to get earlier shift hours, but the requirements to meet their criteria is

ProsPay, consistency, stability

ConsLong Hours, Micromanaging, high performance expectations, PTO approval

5.0

Customer Service Representative | Allentown, PA | Jul 9, 2017

You WANT to work at Uline!

I'm coming up on my 1 year anniversary as a Customer Service Representative at Uline. I'm in my late 20's and this is my 3rd "Adult" job. HANDS DOWN, this is the best place I've been a part of and the place I can confidently call my career. The culture is unlike any I've ever seen in a work place. The positivity flows from the management all the way down to the newest employee. Speaking of being a new employee, the training program works wonders! You spend just about 4 weeks in a classroom setting learning products and procedures from the most knowledgeable trainers you could ask for. Mix in a little side by side coaching where you get to sit and watch more tenured reps take live calls and you're ready by the time it's your turn to provide the best Customer Service in the industry. The resources don't stop there. Once you're on your own taking live calls, you have a safety blanket of a team of more tenured reps available to help you in seconds. The only way to fail here is if you WANT to fail. Managers and supervisors are all available and very much approachable. Everyone is willing to help and teach along the way. It's been less than a year and I've already earned some more responsibilities and new job functions. You don't have to get "stuck" here. Endless resources have set me up for success here and I couldn't be happier. Well I guess if I was CEO I probably would be a little bit happier.... The way the business is run is completely unbelievable. Such a positive and fri

Pros1 hour lunches, generous bonuses, training programs, team leads

2.0

Ware | Lacey, WA | Aug 13, 2020

Cult-like culture

Uline works possibly the worst hours imaginable 10:30 am to 7 pm often times with mandatory overtime. You will not have any time to yourself, or for your family at all during the week. The culture is very conformist and anyone that doesn't meet that expectation is often times dumped on or called out. They have a uniform policy for their warehouse workers that never see the public and while you are working you will constantly have to stop to adjust your uniform or be called out for not wearing the uniform properly. The work is labor intensive and tedious. Everything is very numbers driven and they post your numbers every morning and highlight who didn't meet production goals. Those people are then 'coached' to do better. In addition to being very labor intensive and tedious the job culture is very office like in interpersonal interactions. They expect you to act as if you are in an office high rise somewhere while doing the hard work of warehouse labor thus combining the worst part of both manual labor jobs (the hard work) and the worst part of office jobs (the office politics). You can get in trouble for stating 100% factual information about the Uline founder and get reprimanded for it. The company and the ownership have a very specific image they are going for. They want to present themselves as a wholesome 'they worked hard and made it' family and while I give credit for creating a 6 billion dollar company. They tell new employees that the Ulines started their business i

ProsEmployee appreciation events.

ConsThe cult-like culture of Uline

4.0

Customer Service Representative | Hudson, WI | Jul 2, 2014

SOLID!

Uline is a fast paced and rapidly growing organization. Being part of this success is an honor. The environment is intense, and staff are held to the highest level of professionalism and quality. I like that! The Customer Service team in the Hudson branch are some of the nicest and hardest working people I have ever met! Everyone arrives to work ready for their day. There is no drama, and there are no "back room antics". Employee expectations are clearly defined during the interview process, and the onboarding process. After initial training, all staff understand their role and expectations. There are no hidden agendas! It is simple: come to work, do your job and go home to family & friends. OT is available, but NEVER mandatory. Holiday staffing is shared by all - including upper Management, and rotates from year to year. It is very fair! Uline's Customer Service system technology is state of the art. We use dual screens, and our phone system is tied into our computer system. Calls / emails come in, and accounts automatically pop onto our screens. We are constantly offered product and procedure training, and Management wants to hear our ideas! I have worked for a handful of Customer Service organizations, and this is, by far, the most organized and supportive group! For a mature and hard working employee, this environment refreshing!! Uline's commitment to speed, passion, and operational excellence is alive and well in our Customer Service divisi

ProsProfessional setting with focus on quality, service, and branding

ConsIntensity & accountability can be overwhelming for many Millenials, Gen "X "or "Y".

1.0

Outside Sales Representative | Atlanta, GA | Oct 1, 2014

They don't care about their applicants,they play Very tough,rude people

I have never worked for this company ,however I have been applying so many times for different positions starting with out side sales, then as my last attempt,for a warehouse associate, and I am turned down all the time, why? I don't know, don't understand cause they never tell me nothing about it, I am a bilingual in Spanish business developer with 4 years of college in my country ( colombia ) not related to the jobs I have applied for, but I need to work, I need to pay my bills, with a very clean background and driving record, with more than 10 years of experience in the field of sales, however these guys at ULINE are very unprofessional , they don't care about you, about your applications, about the importance of giving a short and courteous response to all the applicants and maybe a brief explanation about the reason they found for disqualifying you from any type of job at that company. If they are not hiring, that is understandable, but why they keep on running those jib ads all year around on all the major internet sites like career builder, indeed, monster, etc...why? Some companies like this one are taking advantage of the actual crisis in usa to play their own games very dirty with no scrupulous at all, they are mean people, please avoid them, don't apply there, it tells a lot about the lack of people skills from those peers working there in the recruiting department... That sucks....they should treat all the applicants with respect and professionalism...

ProsNothing.

ConsEverything.

3.0

Packer | Edmonton, AB | Nov 9, 2020

Great pay, horrible culture

I worked at Uline in Edmonton for about a year and a half. When I applied, I was a 32 year old with warehouse supervisor and department managing experience. They called for an interview, and when I arrived the day of, I was brought into a room with approx. 20 other people. We filled out 2 simple math tests, and then everyone received a verbal one-on-one interview. I was the only one from my group to be hired, and staff told me nobody had been hired for months before me. I later found out if you don’t hit the minimum score on their tests, you get an interview with a regular warehouse employee that can’t hire you. The ad said up to $30/hour, so I requested that when I met with the branch manager and he laughed and said “we just put that in the ad to get people in the door”. At my end of year review I was told I had the best order picking stats in the branch (they keep track of all your stats, errors, etc) and I received a raise of less than a dollar for it. They sent me to their Toronto branch to train for a promotion to a dept manager; and when I got back to Edmonton they told me I would be running the night shift without asking me if I could work that schedule. When I refused, they said that was why they sent me for training, and I told them if I knew it was for a night shift I wouldn’t have gone. My final straw before I quit was that every year, all the branches make their employees film scenes from popular movies, but with the employees pretending to be the owners o

ProsAbove average warehouse pay, very clean warehouse

ConsMandatory OT, cult like culture, management that doesn’t care about or listen to their staff. Plus you have to film weird movies.

2.0

Warehouse Worker | Brampton, ON | Jul 26, 2020

Pretty good money (after 1 year) but you might want to leave

- best part about working here is the money they offer (mainly the profit-sharing bonus) - but after the first time it becomes less thrilling - after 1 year (full-time) they only award you an unremarkable key-chain instead of something more useful like a gift-card for gas/groceries - at times they don't "ask you" to work longer or work a stat. holiday - they try to intimidate and slightly harass (not exactly motivate) which I found unwelcome/inappropriate - one day a bright co-worker (management trainee) told me that in this warehouse it's just picking and packing and what else (what advancement opportunities?) and once a picker stopped by my workstation to get a box and he was responding in person to an aisle auditor who was asking him to initial/sign on an audit and the picker was agitated and upset with auditor/audit and blatantly kept saying he won't sign it - negative energy in the company - they care too much about KPI numbers and error statistics (extreme micromanagement) and less about keeping the workers happy so depending on your perspective, outlook and personality you may (or would) not want to work here long-term (their turnovers are kind of shocking) - they only offer a 1.9% annual hourly rate raise - not good - Milton location isn't as good as the previous Brampton location was (certainly the Milton warehouse is much larger but not fully completed when I was told to commute there - not good) and at least 1 coworker was dismayed about having to commute a l

Prosholiday or rare free lunches and December profit-sharing bonus

Consbeing intimidated (not asked) into working overtime or stat. holiday, etc.

Sours: https://www.simplyhired.com/company/Uline

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