I had to make a adjustment from coming to a place with mostly women employees from an all male environment.
Accounting Assistant II (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – July 6, 2016
A typical day at work, I would plan my day by what needs to be done first by due date or importance. What I learned is various types of accounting software throughout the years with company changes. Christmas party,
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Rocky Mount, NC – July 14, 2016
I worked for this company for 4 years, and was always faithful and showed up on time everytime. Even filling in for drivers who "called out." The office which I worked out of was in Rocky Mount, NC. After years of being one of their most dependable drivers, the manager just ups and fires me. I have a handicap wife (wheelchair bound), and a son... This all came out of the blue, and now I'm probably going to lose my electricity, and won't be able to afford my wife's doctor's and orthopedist visits. I can't express how disapointed I am in the Rocky Mount CPC location manager. Now I don't know what I'm going to do....
Commercial driver (Former Employee) – Windsor, WI – May 8, 2016
Long hours no communication with management just run run no appreciation for good safe drivers run u like a dog then there to write u up for the littlest things old run down equipment no training if u don't make it home at the end of your shift they put u in bed bug run down motels for the night no support when issues occur never will work for them again i hope they get bought out by a outside company they try to ruin your driving career also if u decide to leave them they put all kind of false information on your DAC report drives be aware warning ..............................
Driver (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 8, 2016
Do not work for this company! It is the worst company I have worked for. You will never move up & are always on the extra board. You will not have a life! You don't get a set schedule, they call you at all hours of the day and night and expect you to drop what you're doing and come in. The managers do not have your back, you have no support from anyone. The weekly guarantee is $860 a week, but they only have enough work for 2-3 days per week which means you will never be able to make more. After taxes you make about $598. Their advertisement for $21.50 an hour is a lie, and you only get to work 20 hours a week anyway. They also make you sign something saying they can take this guarantee and benefits away from you at any time. If you want to be stuck on a hamster wheel then this is the place to be; otherwise, I suggest you stay far away from this company.
It's a job
You will never make a decent pay check, the dispatch staff is lazy, office staff don't know what they're doing, they make you break DOT laws, and threaten to fire you if you don't do what they say, the trucks are very old, the trailers are loaded very messy daily, unloading 8 palates of heavy water daily, 80 cases each palate
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – March 24, 2016
I have over 20 years of transportation experience and I hope to spend the next 20 years here at CPC Logistics, Inc. The management team is solid. They promote growth within the organization. They treat everyone with respect, drivers, office personnel, EVERYONE.
Co-workers are friendly and everyone has been here for some time. People don't stay at jobs they don't like. Most of my co-workers have been here 10 years plus! You just don't see that anymore.
I enjoy coming into work. I enjoy that they let me do my job without second-guessing and looking over my shoulder. I enjoy that my opinion counts, that everyone's opinion counts. When the management team gets together they are looking for solutions to a problem. They are looking to fix the problem, not the blame. They have a great work/life balance.
I recommend this company for anyone looking for a home. If you are looking for a company that promotes within, treats you with respect and has a great culture, then you need to look no further.
Class A Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Plainville, MA – March 2, 2016
Good pay, poor management, equipment needs updating, constantly watching your wages, and plenty of work. They give you a hard time to call out sick or take a personal day. The medical insurance premiums are very expensive. Constantly jumping into different trucks. Some drivers take pride in keeping their trucks clean others are pigs. Have to constantly stay on top of mechanics to get equipment repaired but the Walgreens account has the last say on what is going to get fixed and what is not since they pay for the repairs.
Driver (Current Employee) – Ontario, CA – February 19, 2016
Good job, looking for day time driving hours. Tired of working nights. I want to spend more time with my family. Typically I start work at 10 PM to 10 AM- Sunday through Friday. Currently I am seeking no touch freight.
A wonderful place to work very physical work yet finaacially rewarding
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 25, 2016
The position of a delivery truck driver for CPC is a very intense and physical job. This company delivered to all of the Walgreen stores through out central Florida and south Georgia. Delivering items to stores on designed routes that maximized our delivery times within a 12 hour period.
On-Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Breinigsville, PA – November 18, 2015
No training from management, your get hire as a supervisor and to get the authority to discipline employees, upper management only is concerned with keeping their customer happy and do not support their employees. I will not recommend working for them.
Transporter/Yard Lead (Current Employee) – Blythwood, SC – October 14, 2015
It was a very good company to work for i really enjoyed the people i worked around. This was not at all new to me when starting this nwe job comeing off the road as a truck driver because i have all ways been envoived with manufacturing word as a truck driver and as a warehouse lead and as a supervisor in my prevus jobs.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Methuen, MA – October 7, 2015
the job wasnt to hard,i wish it paid more for forklift driver,management usually plays politics with its employee,alot of racism from management,you ask them for help about anything if they dont like you for a reason they wont help you,you have to call corporate to fix the issues you need to fix,even with corporate there not alot of help
Great place to work and have enjoyed all 17 years being assigned to work at Bose here in SC as well as aboard. Wishing they would never close this SC baseed facility, but they are. I would never quit a job as good as this one. Has been fun to work with a GREAT bunch of people.