Would avoid the conditioning room/goods in, minimum wage, maximum effort, zero appreciation. Supervisors and management i wouldn't trust as far as i could throw them. Poor training schedule, but be ready to be penalized for not knowing what you have not been shown. Nothing was easy to learn, the job is even harder when given samples with no information, spend to much time getting information needed. Typical day is physical and exhaustive, tiresome trying to get information. In the end hardest part of the day was going in, the best part was going home. If your working or not stay where you are trust me you'll be better off.
That said there are some really nice people there and unfortunately the odd one or two that would happily stick a knife in your back without even blinking.