Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Gouldsboro, PA – June 12, 2016
Working in Flintstone times but want jetsons results. This place is American sweat shop. Managment makes promises for promotions work you to the bone. Ability for technology but it's unused. Alot of nepotism and racism. Turnover is very high. Pay is horrible for what they expect. They do not give you the tools to do your job. Pack...but no boxes or tape. Pull parts but they are all mixed. Lack of communication within management. Don't bother!
Not the best environment to work in. The Team Leaders and managers are very unprofessional. The co workers are very disrespectful. Even if you're focused, you are a target for harassment. The negativity doesn't stop. The hardest part of the job is to ignore the ignorant comments directed to you. The most enjoyable part is toward the end of the day when the leads are gone, although I believe the leads should be available to assist and answer questions. Management shows favoritism to the leads. We weren't guaranteed our normal 40hr a week.
Very racist environment, there are people who click together
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – March 30, 2016
The Des Plaines facility is very racist. If management doesnt like you, they will get rid of you. The outbound supervisors back stab each other and everyone worries about their own ahift they supervise. The training is not good at all. The assistant facility manager is someone who should not have that position. She promotes the back stabbing and usually relies on imformation from other's to form her opinion of people. I hear Neovia is a nice place to work, but certainly not in Des Plaines. Also HR manager is with the management team. BE AWARE OF THIS VERY RACIAL ENVIRONMENT. Corporate doesn't know or does not care about what goes on in this facility.
Senior Administrative/Purchasing/Operations (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 18, 2016
It is nice when you come to work and you're just motivated to take on the day. I have learned so much with Neovia Logistics as far as customer service to completely scheduling out all the freight going out. I am ready to take on challenges and strive to be in the big picture of a company.
Import Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – June 9, 2016
I loved my team they followed my lead and we were very productive on my shift. The hardest part was coming into work and the floor was a mess and we had to get control. I have learned a little from this management team.
Dispatcher / forklift driver (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – May 9, 2016
i had a very great time working at Neovia i also learned a lot why working there.I did a lot there i also did dispatch 12 hours a day on the weekend i worked on the weekdays at night for extra money and days on the weekend but i had a great time at this job. very nice people to work with.
Forklift Operator and Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 9, 2016
HUGE support system throughout the company, from the top down. Managers win when you are successful, so they give you every tool to be just that. If you're wiling to put in the time, and be the first to step up and accept added responsibility, the sky is really the limit.
Productive hard working company with plenty of celebrations
Head Office Clerk (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 23, 2016
My typical day at work consist of making quarter maintaining a safe and productive warehouse. I take pride in dealing with the public I love my job. Loving what you do always play an important part in how your day goes at work My co-workers are very good people some of us are friends outside of work some of us come to work, work and go home. The hardest part of my job is sometimes not getting enough sleep. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to show co-workers appreciation for all they're hard work.
Inbound Floor Lead (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – June 19, 2016
This job is excellent to have, this warehouse is a third party logistics shipping and receiving company for Caterpillar parts. This job offers great support for the customer and it's employees. This job offers great hours, and excellent pay.
checker/stand up forklift driver (Former Employee) – Normal, IL – March 2, 2016
i like to work with other people ,learn and listen ,i like to work safety and follow all the rules. i like to help other people and sometimes i like to ask to other people with more experiences to learn more about the job
Dock (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 19, 2016
Money is low, they change the schedule whenever they feel like it. In the winter time its freezing and summer time its burning up and they still expect u to hit goal. We were only given 1 break. Management makes so many promises and never keeps them and never has an answer to simple questions.
associate (Former Employee) – North Aurora, IL – December 19, 2015
Was let go after 4 years of servise. Its a buddy buddy place.Only discipline certain people who speak there minds.Its all clicks in this place. most of leads or superviors are in early 20s and have no idea how a real warehouse is run. Its the blame game from the top and trickels down. Its ok for a job not a career. People been there only a year are only making 75 cents less than people who started since day 1
I loved working for Caterpillar and enjoyed the challenges that my jobs had given me.
Supply Chain Operations Customer Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Morton, IL – January 6, 2016
I loved my jobs that I had at Caterpillar and the chance to advance throughout the years. I enjoyed working with the people that I worked with. Sometimes the jobs would bring a lot of stress due to deadlines that needed to be met for system releases, so there were sometimes needed overtime or working weekends to accomplish the release deadlines. Once the stressfulness was over and the system releases were implemented it was very rewarding knowing that I had helped with a smooth implementation of the new system at that facility. When Caterpillar laid off some of their employees, the way they did this was horrible, and the best way to describe it was 'the last 17 years that I had given to the company, simply did not matter or count'.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – January 18, 2016
it was like coming home all of us knew each other, i received reports from other supervisor or managers, then have a daily goal meeting with my team, i knew but WMS and client systems, my goal was to enjoy the day help others do their best we exceed customer expectation all the time
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tannersville, PA – January 11, 2016
Nothing good to say. long hours and micro managing senior management. corporate management is not in touch with satellite operations and dishonest mid level managers subvert their employees attempts to make company more successful.