Dockworker/Forklift operator (Former Employee) – LaSalle, IL – May 3, 2016
come in to work some management good sector leaders demand a lot of negative feedback to employers did my job in whatever weather conditions were to the best of my ability learned how to be a better loader and unloader of trailers and forklift operator management listen sector leaders made impossible demands and negative feedback coworkers some good some bad the hardest part was staying 10hrs in freezing cold paycheck at the end of the week
no short breaks for 10-12 hr days demand that was put on us
Driver CDL-A (Former Employee) – Joplin, MO – October 17, 2016
Good company, good people. Newer equipment, well maintained. In transition due to XPO Logistics buyout of Conway. Dispatchers stretched thin due to XPO letting a lot of them go along with other management.
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.
Driver Sales Representative Driver Instructor (Former Employee) – Hayward, WI – April 14, 2016
Work Hard and work Safely. Well compensated for your efforts. very much a safety first company. one of the highest paid positions compared to other less then truckload companies. The voice of the driver was very important to those in management. starting with the immediate supervisor up to the ceo. I would recommend a little less of the micro management of employees. the culture of the drivers is very close. you can ask for help with anything and others will give you a hand to get the job done
Safety, New Equipment, Strong managers
No breaks in the day. only a lunchtime (1/2 hour). in a 10 hour day that is all you are allowed
Cargo Claims Specialist (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – April 18, 2016
Con-way Freight was a great company to work for, that's if you would like to stay in one position without advancement. In most of their salary positions there is no room for advancement only room for raises which most of the time were only 2%. (the politics average) The best thing about the job is I learned the in's and out of cargo claim and its was never a dull moment.
Administration and Billing Clerk (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – April 21, 2016
A typical work shift was spent on the computer entering bills. My typing and computer skills improved. The management played favoritism towards the mall. I enjoyed learning a new skill, but I need more interaction with people. I love helping people and talking. My coworkers were wonderful, best part of the job.