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  • How to Become a Warehouse Supervisor
    Warehouse supervising is an exciting and diverse career path. It combines managerial tasks with operational goals.  You can become a warehouse supervisor without a degree and only by securing the right skills for the job. These skills include strong communication, organization, and leadership skills. As a warehouse supervisor, you will need to be an all-rounder.…
  • Foot Pain While Working at Amazon: Causes & Remedies
    Most new Amazon employees experience some sort of foot pain in their first few weeks of working in the warehouse. This pain might be accompanied by swelling of the feet, cracks, corns, calluses and blisters. Parts of the feet that rub against the inside of the shoe, i.e., toes, heels and ankles are particularly vulnerable.…
  • Working in a Warehouse Without Air Conditioning (Best Practices)
    Many warehouse facilities across America do not have AC units. Examples include FedEx sorting facilities, UPS hubs, some Amazon and Walmart warehouses, and much more. As a result, the heat experienced while working inside any of these warehouse facilities can be unbearable. Fortunately, you can beat the heat and ensure your productivity doesn’t take a…
  • Order Selector Job Description, Skills and Salary
    Order selectors (also called pickers) are warehouse or distribution center employees whose main function is to prepare product from inventory for outbound shipping by palletizing it according to customer orders. Job description Typical job description of an order selector is as follows: Perform pre-shift equipment checks to ensure they can operate safely. Retrieve cases from…
  • 9 Night Shift Tips for Amazon Warehouse Workers
    If you have recently taken a night shift warehouse job at Amazon you might get overwhelmed by the sudden shift in your sleeping schedule. Working at night and sleeping during the day will naturally upset your circadian rhythm. You can make your Amazon night-shift job more tolerable or even pleasant by following a few simple…
  • How To Drive for Amazon
    Amazon is by far the biggest online-shopping hub in the world, and all those items need to be delivered to the ever growing number of customers. It is for this reason that Amazon’s demand for transportation workforce, including drivers and local carriers, has held steady for years. To drive for Amazon, you’ll first need to…
  • 79 Walmart Distribution Center Locations
    Walmart is estimated to have at least 210 distribution centers globally. In the US, the company has at least 1 DC in every state. Every Walmart DC in the US serves around 100 stores. Each distribution center employs at least 600 workers who unload and ship over 200 trucks daily. Most of the work done…
  • Dust in the Warehouse: How to control and remove it
    If you work in a warehouse, you’ve likely encountered substantial amounts of dirt. Ensuring your warehouse stays clean can be challenging. Keeping warehouse dust away can feel like an infinite treadmill session, but with the right techniques and tools, it doesn’t have to be. There are numerous sources of warehouse dust, such as wood pallets,…
  • Food in Amazon Warehouses
    As an Amazon associate, it is important to consider your options when it comes to food. More so because the work is physically demanding and food will be an important factor in being a productive employee. Food sold at Amazon warehouse break rooms Most Amazon facilities have canteens that sell snacks and drinks like granola…