Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 8, 2018
Be ready to work be on time trucks are waiting on you it is good if you can do 8 trucks a day. stay busy watch the hi lo coming though stay motivated at all time and be a team player because that is how you get the work done and pay attention to the color coded .
Builder/Laborer (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – November 2, 2017
This was an ok job not to many issues except the company id low budget forceing workers to use old power tools and incomplete work stations also the lack of employees required those that were to take on two jobs
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – June 20, 2017
I worked there for more than 18 months and in order for you to get paid days off, you have to accrue time for like two years first. No advancement, no raises. I dedicated from 50 to 60 hours a week, and there was no appreciation, they still expected more. People did not last because they quit. Management is horrible.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 6, 2017
Evans had a second home type of feeling about it. Us co-workers were like family. It was typical to form out of the work place relationships with your co-workers. The pay is decent enough already. But with the incentive program you'll think there's no limit to the amount of money you can make. Which in a way is kind of true. I loved the fact that management valued our (the employees) feedback . We all felt as though we had a voice and were essential components of a winning team. Evans also has a fun relaxed competitive work environment. It also is a learning place. Everyday and every week we strive to maintain the healthy balance of production and quality.
Good Company to work for, but improvements needed.
Customer Service Representative/Account Manager (Current Employee) – Melvindale, MI – March 19, 2016
I learned a lot of different systems within Evans. I was responsible for 4 major accounts. I think management was very approachable. Hardest part of my job was revamping accounts, that others did not succeed at. Most enjoyable were my contacts with my customers, giving them the answers, and actions required to their satisfaction.
Human Resources Transportation Recruiter (Current Employee) – Melvindale, MI – August 13, 2015
It is worthwhile to take a moment and communicate with all the key players on your team. The experience has given a better idea how to make any organization successful within the transportation industry.
Do not work hear this is the biggest scam job on the net. I worked 2 60 hour work weeks and was not paid. Worse job in the world on your off day they expect you to get there trucks washed and maintained. They deserve a no star review but the site would not allow me to enter it. Scam scam scam scam scam scam scam scam scam scam they need hall of sham to visit them
Not worth your while, No raises, Not a friendly supervisor core.
dockworker (Former Employee) – brandon, ms – September 13, 2014
This job has a high turn over rate. The supervisor here lie to you about getting raising all out you never get them. With the work you do you would expect to get raises but you don't a lot of hard work an it does pay off. An the supervisor on day shift always threatening you of your job even if you're doing good. They want let you get overtime because it cuts into there bonus at the end of the year. I started in shipping and receiving an moved to MR an they told me they would give me a raise an I never received that raise so later on down the line they fired me because I kept asking for a raise.