Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 24, 2017
not to bad of a place to work. only complaint i had was the office staff. dispatchers showed alot of the favoritism to the good ole boys that had been there since day 1. everyone else was considered low class. fleet manager was very inexperienced and only worried about their bottom line to make the most they could on their paycheck. runs were easy and pretty good. pay was average. equipment was above average,
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Lexington, NC. and austinburg oh – April 29, 2017
I was a fool to work so long for a soul stealing company I dove for blowgan right at ten years when I first started until the fleet manager Kelly left was a good place to work but the last I'll say five years I worked there sucked out right .
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Bridgeton, MO – November 6, 2016
Driving OTR, I've learned quality driving skills, met new people, and seen different places. I enjoyed working for this company but if you have a family then this may not be the place for you. There is barely any home and family time. Overall a good company.
Steel worker (Current Employee) – Bloomington, CA – October 24, 2016
- very good, very busy - learned how to do almost everything there for example: 1. welding 2.forklift operating 3.form concrete boards 4. palatalize 5. package -management has their good and bad days -co-workers very nice, helpful -hardest part switching in the middle of doing else work
excellent ownership....they sold the property though
Commercial (Office) Property Manager (Current Employee) – Willowbrook, IL – October 21, 2015
budgeting, leasing, negotiating with contractors, capital improvements, build outs, interacting with prestigious tenants (doctors and attorneys), satisfaction oriented and especially customer service. we had a long term average tenant and my ownership had helped many tenants through the market crash and beyond
The average day working for Hogan includes waking at around three in the morning, getting to the job site by four, and working anything from moderate to heavy labor for ten hours. This is repeated four days a week. My fellow workers were friendly and supportive, and very hard working which motivated me to be hard working, too. It was an interesting and trying experience, one which Has proven to be an invaluable one for the personal growth it provided, and I do not regret a minute of it, even if I made a few mistakes here and there along the way.
Shift Manager McDonald's (Former Employee) – Woburn, MA – July 22, 2015
The working process in the company was very cooperative and direct when it was based on accomplishing the daily objectives. It was a stable, excellent and efficient experience. Thanks to my co-workers I could develop myself as a persistent and prepared person for any task that comes in the area of professionalism.
Assistant/ Key Holder (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 17, 2014
Great place and company to work for. Staff in store was like extended family that I am still in contact with since the store closed. Days at work consisted of steady traffic from all over the world as well as the U.S.A. I learned a lot from my co-workers as well as clientele about not just retail but the world. The hardest part was to keep stock, so I was pro-active with corporate office in New York to get are levels of shoes and accessories into the store and cut things that were not selling.
I was able to build a better relationship with spouse. Got to see the United States while working. Management was hard to who work with at times. The hardest part of the job was weather conditions and traffic.
TRUCKDRIVER (Former Employee) – DUBLIN GA – January 29, 2013
A good job at times untill work slows down.Each day I get up at 6 am and drive about 3 to 4 hours somedays drop off a order deliver to maybe 3 store daily return to the warehouse pick up loads for the next day drive somenight to get to the next store .I learn how to use the computer log .My coworker are helpful when I do see them we all are on the road we communcate on the cb.The hardest part of my job is when the work slows down the most enjoyable part is being on the rd meeting new people and have a income to supply my needs