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- Uline scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- Uline had 53 more reviews than Aladdin Bail Bonds that mentioned "Good pay" as a Pro.
- "Dress code" was the most mentioned Con at Uline.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at Aladdin Bail Bonds.
I have been working at Uline full-time for less than a year
Top management really does care about you. Food is amazing in the cafe. Free massages, fitness center and personal trainer available. Training is really good. Beautiful office. Not just stuffy white... walls. Bonuses are awesome. The cons are out weighed by all these pros
Business professional Dress code, can only have 5 personal items on your desk, strict 8-5 hours, clock in and clock out even for salary employees.
Advice to Management
Be more open minded about dress code, hours, working from home.
I worked at Aladdin Bail Bonds full-time for more than a year
I had a really great manager. Not a difficult job. Left early on Fridays at corporate. Didn't take the job home with me.
My manager's manager who was in charge of an entire department was not competent in her duties. She played favorites, hired family, talked crap about those she supervised, and picked on competent... employees. She'd ask you to do something and when you did it, she'd throw it back in your face saying that's not what she asked of us.
Advice to Management
Don't promote people who have been there for years who are not competent. Time on the job doesn't equal a good manager. Create training opportunities for managers and staff including communication.