Saw room (Current Employee) – 601 space park south – June 1, 2017
Fast pace job steady work good hours works mon -fri off weekends great benefits nice people to work with a lot of lifting and if it's hot outside it's hot in there if it's cold outside it's cold in there
IT Project Coordinator/Administrator (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 7, 2017
CHEP is an international company so there is some flexibility for your work hours, you may have to be on a conference call at 7:00 am or on later in the evening, because of that they do allow you to work from home for those early or late conference call meetings.
There is so much going on here I don't know where to start. At the end of the day I blame management.They have decided that doctors note are no longer a vaild excesue to miss work, and in my opinion racism is starting to show its ugly head.
Lead Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 24, 2017
Love this company, great people to work with. Everyone is down to earth.(For the most part, lol) Very busy and challenging, which is something I personally prefer in a job. Great pay and benefits. Management and HR teams are exceptional what they do.
I was hired at CHEP. The only good thing about this company is they pay every week. Manager in miami warehouse does not know how to talk to staff. is unkind and definitely not a people's person. The work itself is no different from any other place. it's Labor. But truly, the manager at this place is unapproachable and makes the work environment uncomfortable and semi hostile. I would not recommend this place for a career. a job yes but a career no. at least not at the miami location . The manager changes the scheduleft constantly as if you're committed to them 24 hours a day. hours can fluctuate and work is real labor. APPROACH THIS PLACE WITH CAUTION.
rude unapproachable manager, manager lacks peoples skills, manager is unfair, real labor!
Analyst, Ryder (Former Employee) – Carlisle, PA – July 5, 2016
The management here was from previous places where they brought most of their people with them. People like myself who came from other places were treated very different. The associates that management brought had the greatest opportunity for advancement and the only ones who did advance.