Planning Coordinator - Special Products (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – February 24, 2016
CHEP has a large and dedicated workforce that works as a dedicated team to meet the needs of its customers. The culture is hard working and friendly. There are many opportunities for growth in varied fields of interest. Mobility in the company is available both with careers and geographic placement. They demand a full 8+ hour day in all roles and that customers are responded to on all requests by the end of each day. Co-workers are very helpful and willing to cover for others when vacations and the like arise.
Quality benefits, Company matching shares
Long work days, Emergency issues pop up last minute
Start with a daily team meeting to keep employees aware of any changes, accomplishments, potential adversities, and our numbers for the day. Stretch before we walk on to the dock, and inspect our work areas to ensure safety. build pallets all day with one break and one lunch. The hardest part of the job was dealing with idle time, We wasted roughly an hour a day waiting on our pallets to continue productivity.
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.
Innovative company with great potential bad leadership
Logistics (Former Employee) – Orlando – April 2, 2015
I learned a lot and made great money. However this company sets unrealistic goals to meet each year and you are stressed to meet them without any true guidance. Leadership in the logistics department is horrible and constantly changing, and this isn’t good because this is department is what makes or breaks the company. They hire fresh kids straight out of college who is still wet behind the ears and have no real life experience, so the managers are constantly baby sitting.
Finance (Former Employee) – Dunwoody, GA – December 9, 2013
Compensation packages are very competitive, however the organization has poor track record of managing supply chain and operation costs so as a result they periodically do overhead cost reductions ( labor) to offset. Its a common practice there. They account for time to refill positions as cost benefit to meet fiscal year budget requirements. In addition, being an company with overseas Executives, they tend to make executive decisions without concern for subsidiaries. Its impossible for blanket decisions to be made from "Australia" and expect it to 100% applicable in Chep USA, Chep Asia, Chep Africa at the same time. More localized executives is required. I would not recommend this place as a long term career option. As a short term option most definitely.
Repairman (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 16, 2012
This job is a rip off. They expect you to build or rebuild 65 lb pallets for .37 each and if it isnt done the way the qc wants it they flip it off the line. Come on really? Not for .37.If I had a second chance I wouldn't dare try this company. The belt line breaks every other day. The maintenance men are disrespectful and couldn't fix anything if their job depended on it. I can honosetly say you will regret working here. Theres rats, roaches, and all types of creatures. One time they sent a pallet down with a nest of black widow spiders and oh yea by the way you don't get benefits til a year later... To sum it all up, this isn't a great place for you to turn your life around unless this is your last resort.
Community Education Outreach Specialist (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – November 5, 2015
Great team to work with, the management was great. I loved the job, I loved working with and for the community. Each day I was able to meet someone new and give them information that they didn't have. The most enjoyable part was giving people knowledge so they could make better decisions about their health care.
Professional, Teaches you to be highly adaptable, Offers many opportunties to grow with-in the company
Customer Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 23, 2012
This is by far the best company I've had the pleasure of working for. I have nothing but positive feelings towards CHEP and my former CHEP family. I had to leave due to personal issues following my mother's death. I would be more than honored to rejoin this company.
wonderful co-workers, great benefits, many social work related activities to bring us closer etc
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 10, 2015
CHEP was a great place to work with a very diverse environment that was committed to excellence in both company goals as well developing its' people. There was a lot of areas for professional growth and the ability to see where each person contributed to the overall organizational goals.
GLOBAL DATA CENTER LEAD (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 21, 2015
CHEP was a good company, Culture was great in the Dept I worked in. also the co-workers I had were good people to work with the synergy was great. I have missed working at CHEP if opportunity presents itself I would work there again
• Developed multiple databases, reports and metrics in key areas, which improved the management and performance. • Worked with neighboring department ad-hoc requests to develop reports/databases, improving vision of our department’s accessibility and ease to work with. • Improved Asset Productivity reporting accuracy and processing time through Access Automation. • Designed a standard methodology to evaluate stock take losses. Obtained favorable resolution of General Mills audit - $900K. Model has since been used as the base data for pre-audit reviews to reduce/eliminate reporting issues prior to audits. • Monitored and reporting on system data integrity.
Field Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 3, 2014
Outstanding company and great work life balance. Each day is very rewarding thru mitigating issues and coaching policies and procedures to both new and existing employees. I've learned a great deal and taught as much on Supply Chain Management. My co-workers are the best and they too enjoy the company. No hard parts of the job and I find developing others as my most enjoyable part of the job.