Wayfair is a great place to start out your career as you will learn a lot about the running of an e-commerce company and if wanted, will have the opportunity to move around internally. Although, the process to do this is becoming longer and harder as the company grows and becomes more corporate.
the companies outward image is one of engagement and progression but when you scratch the surface its very poorly ran from a people management perspective. some of the managers must have won a raffle to have been given such roles.
- the big boss is having an affair with one of the warehouse guys wife. - the lady ops manager is utterly clueless and power mad. - the HR chap doesn't appear to know the first thing about anything. - some very strange male supervisors. - the woman running returns acts like she's been dropped in there and hasn't the foggiest what's going on.
it's not all bad though, some very decent people in leadership roles who are clearly going along with flow for career reasons.
buy hey, they make money and are growing rapidly in the UK so who am I to have an opinion, I'm just a lowly minimum wage warehouse cast off.
Good company but very poor and stupid warehouse management. They treat staffs very Unfairly like a slave. Specifically do not come a cross with Lithuanian lady supervisor as she is one of the Managers GF. If She doesn't like u... !!!! U lose the job without warning, doesn't matter how hard u work. Like me 😂😂😂