Dock Worker (Current Employee) – College Park, GA – September 29, 2013
In the environment of my current job is that there are no set hours.Also there are no raises and vacations.I am easy to work with so the people aren't the problem. I gained knowledge about freight and and production and things of that nature.
Driver and P&D (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 25, 2017
Company as a whole would be nice but the San Antonio,Tx division is run poorly. Office mgr disrespects and cast fear into employees. Their word is worthless you must get something in writing or you won't be honored.
management does'nt know how to treat employees, thats why theres a big turn over in dock workers and drivers
Horrible job. No training.. seemed more like a work release program than anything else. The supposed trainer basically insulted me and made me feel like I was an idiot. It was my first day and my next to last.
over just not a good company... just tear the freight all up
Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Grapevine, TX – May 18, 2017
Very very bad place to work.the management don't know what's going on. Office people don't know what's going on drivers don't know what's going on which convinced me to think I didn't know what was going on
some of the girls were cute
it's the only freight forwarding company in DFW that services more destinations than others
Driver (Current Employee) – San antonio tx. – May 14, 2017
This company expects too much out of you without fixing their faults. They think because they speak over and over that the issues r fixed without them trying.you can't fix problems these days without demonstrations. People these days are not capable of doing Manuel labor unless you hold their hand.most people today cannot function without electronics.employees are told to stay working as long as possible until everything is done but as soon as it hits 3 or 4 pm every manager and Supervisor is ready to leave .they come in late and leave early.not good role models.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Romulus, MI – May 9, 2017
It is very family and friend based, which can be good and bad. The only down side is that there can be inter communication gaps between shifts and co workers that can cause issues with staging or day to day operations.
Driver (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 5, 2017
I drive for a owner operator. It is tuff to get paid on time and 0 benefits.I learned and always have, that there has to be a little injection of management.Typical day is drive to St.Louis and return.
Driver (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – May 4, 2017
the management sucks. the loaders and driver where good people. the office never on the same page had a different terminal manager every year witch means a different (mr. know it all) every year. your job description would change with out u knowing it and here comes a write up. cant keep up with paper work(your fault).no equipment to do job properly. trucks are not taken care of(maintenance) will sit on the side of the road for hours
no set start time, write ups, lies, bad management
Dock Worker (Current Employee) – Brisbane, CA – April 28, 2017
A typical day at work includes working hard & getting things done. Ive learned a lot so that I may add my experiences to my resumes. Hardest part of the job is the weather (cold). Most enjoyable part of the job is my lunch-break.