Asset Manager (Current Employee), Vienna, VA – June 17, 2015
no such thing as a typical day, we often have new request with tight dead lines due to growth or change. The hardest part of my job is being able to be flexible enough to change projects at the drop of – more... the dime. requirements often change last minute and that can be a challenge. the best part of my job is that i have the freedom to get the job done as i see fit. End results are all that matters and as such we have found ways to expedite certain processes. – less
The most typical days at work are my best days because there is a lot of challenges to be face, By facing higher challenges improve my skills in what i do (DBA) I will not only improve but i will upgrade – more... my knowledge. I have a good relationship with my co-workers because we all work as a team in typical and normal period when the system is not to busy, even when some some problems might crop up. My job is so lively maybe is the way i have make it to be because i really love what i do. – less
Traffic Control Specialist (Current Employee), Doral, FL – March 1, 2015
• Maintain shipping records for all terminals in an organized electronic file system. • Track /Record arrival/departure times of incoming/outgoing loads on a daily report. • Coordinate with individual – more... warehouses of Pallet Piece counts as well as transportation to ensure timely arrivals, create and bill jobs in company system for invoicing. • Track space on the vehicles to identify if additional vehicles are needed or can be condensed to help reduce cost. • Maintain communication with the carriers to track on time performance to ensure customer satisfaction. • Compile data and prepare reports on a excel sheet to understand any concerns, late trailers, break downs etc to report over to management. • Ensure all jobs are billed correctly. – less
Productive place to work at but no advancement at current position.
Courier/Driver (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – February 25, 2015
Receive incoming delivery runs via text message on Nextel work phone. Delivery runs include pickup location, drop off location, and deliver by time. Once receiving a given pickup driver is to confirm that – more... pickup and proceed promptly and safely to that destination. Once package has been received confirm through work phone that package has been received a proceed to the drop off location. After package has been delivered confirm through the work phone that the package has been delivered and that the package has been signed for. Via text message send the last name of the person who signed for the package with the time. Once the delivery has been completed and closed out wait within the area for the next run or proceed with the pickup on schedule. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – February 2, 2015
Pros: ok for a quick buck
Cons: very unproffessional amosphere.
Take complaints by phone. Management laid back. MY co-workers were very young individuals played a lot and stayed on phones or watched movies. The hardest part of job was picking up the slack for those who did not want to be there which was most.
Customer service representative/ Dispatcher (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – January 4, 2015
Pros: comfortable, busy
Cons: hours, benefits, pay
a day at work is busy answering phone, can be overwhelming if not good multitasking. management are good they are always there to help but can be better. my co-workers are great but need a little work. the hardest part would be multi-tasking and all the work that is given. Over all i enjoy just feeling comfortable and that usually i have something to do.
Sorter/Packer (Former Employee), Bristol, PA – December 26, 2014
Overall, my experience working at lasership helped teach me to manage my time at work and to help others out when I am not working on the set task at hand. We would all work together to get the necessary work done for the day and it was a "no man left behind" atmosphere.