Tractor Trailer Driver (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 16, 2016
Pay is lowest in the industry No raises.No health benefits at all first year,second year very poor health benefits for driver only(family not available) with large contribution.No paid holidays.On slow days you go home early so some weeks you wont get in 40 hours.The trailers are old and beat up.
Warehouse Laborer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 26, 2015
This job was non-stop the way I like to work. I learned how to do a lot of warehouse related things. The supervisor of the warehouse is a solid individual, fair and direct. My co-workres were some of the best men I ever worked with.The hardest part of the job was loading the trailors by hand. The most enjoyable pat of the job was seeing a customers face upon recieving his load.
Delivery Route Driver (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 25, 2015
I get to work get route load truck call customer let them know how long it will take me to reach location . Get to location look to see where everything is going make sure its a clean path to make delivery. Then I bring merchandise and setup and check it make sure works properly.
Bilingual Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – July 1, 2014
This place is a stepping stone if you want to get experience. Not really much room for advancement unless you know someone. I like my supervisors, but I've been stuck in the same position for 3 years and the call center isn't open 24 hours so I can't accommodate a school schedule properly.
no career advancement opportunities. co workers are good to get along with but over all everyone is trying to be a manager and no one is willing to do the extra work to take the company up to the next level.
A typical day at work would be coming in and getting on the phone and calling different client about there bill for there rental washer and dryer and if account is to far delete then you sent to dispatcher to have the equipment pick or repossess. in management we had a high turn over in the management department so it was hard to learn much .my co -worker was wise and strong there they possess strength to deal with different changes in the business at all times ,T he hardest part of the job was dealing with new supervisor every 3 month or so and trying to do the job his or way to keep the job . The most enjoyable part of the job was the team lunches where the company came to together to talk and the holiday contest.