What does an Associate/Warehouse Worker do?
In companies that manufacture and ship products, a warehouse worker plays an important role in the business's success. A warehouse worker is found in the company's warehouse They are generally in charge of overseeing stock, shipments and packing orders. A warehouse worker sees to it that accurate records are kept of all products packaged. Additionally, they commonly assist with updating and providing accurate records of inventory. A warehouse worker maintains organization in the company warehouse and will retrieve stock from any location with in the warehouse. A warehouse worker works closely with management by creating reports and actively monitoring inventory while keeping precise records or goods stored and stocked.
As warehouse workers are tasked with opening containers and stocking products, attention to detail as well as organizational skills are essential to properly execute the position. A warehouse worker clerk will generally possess a high school diploma or GED certification.
Associate/Warehouse Worker Salaries
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Associate/Warehouse Worker Career Path
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