A typical day at work is getting your headset and pod first thing, then walking to a pallet truck, then fill out your truck check sheet to ensure truck is in full working order. Report to the office before the shift starts to get gloves, marker pens and stick labels. When the shift starts your headset will ask you if you want an order, you will reply with yes an the headset will give you the number of pallets the order has and the store number of the order which you will write down on a sticky label. Then you say ok and the headset will tell you what slot to start picking from, you will then have to say the check digits for it to tell you how any to take, you repeat that process until you have finished your order then you put sticky labels on pallets and place in the correct store lane. I learned how to work in a team environment and use good communication, how to use the pick by vice system, how to work under pressure and how to work fast but efficiently. The management were strict but they had targets to deliver which relied on the order pickers but overall the management is good. My co-workers were very hard working, good communicators and showed good sportsmanship throughout a shift. The hardest part about the job was picking the heavy crates from a high pile and the most enjoyable part of the job is getting your pick rate as it is a personal achievement.
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