Truck Driver (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – June 4, 2013
other divers really helped you fit in and made you feel like your part of the team. load trucks then hook your trailers and go. you get to the service center the back your trailers to the dock, then you unload them and then you load your trailers,
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Joplin, MO – August 27, 2016
A great place to work, filled with fun and hard working co-workers with good professional skills and knowledge of the Trucking industry. Loading and unloading trucks is a major job function in this role.
Dockworker (Former Employee) – Renton, WA – August 10, 2016
Con-way was a second job I took on to supplement my income for the summer. I like the fast pace and action there. The only thing that I did not like was group meeting where they were always talking about writing people up.
Not a driver (Former Employee) – Ohio – July 27, 2016
Traffic was slowing us all down but I was thankful that my son's doctor appointment was on the right so I could get off the road soon. Unfortunately a Con-way truck was in two lanes and I was held back for a very long time! So frustrating!!!!! Truck 315-1166. License plate 74742. July 27. Pick a lane!
Con-way Freight Taken over by XPO Logistics Nov 2015
National Account Sales Support Specialist (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – June 29, 2016
Pre- takeover: Most of my co-workers were wonderful. The ones that stayed on their cell phones and avoided work were never called on it and those that worked the hardest were micromanaged. The hardest part of the job was the management was always changing, unavailable and they were indecisive. They kept adding work onto the team all in the name of being lean.
Takeover lay-offs were made on a personal basis, not on a professional basis.
Increased my skillsets & made some very good friends.
Too many personal politics were allowed to run unchecked