Quality Assurance Associate (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – March 16, 2018
Usual "revolving door"policy. Zero job security. Lack of training to lower level employees. Neovia sets the standard on company policies, safety practices, continuous improvement, and employee relations.
management lacks experience and zero job security.
Inventory Control Lead (Former Employee) – Grapevine, TX – March 14, 2018
Neovia Logistics managers have a hard time following through with what they say and also have a hard time holding staff accountable for their actions. The managers also have a lack of knowledge over the departments they "supervise" and let staff come and go as they please...5% of the staff have their own schedule and are insubordinate with the team leads. Neovia Logistics does not show staff appreciation or recognition....when they talk to staff they ALWAYS have their arms folded and cut you off while you're talking. One of the Supervisor spend most of his time in the office and on his phone.... They also take a lot of vacation days leaving the team to scramble for answers....Also there is a lack of support if you're in a leadership position.
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – March 12, 2018
Neovia is a nice clean environment but the management is very poor, it's very fast paced it just need more man power so the job functions can get done. They need to improve on better equipment & be more fair to the employees, increase in the raises. It's a great company to grow with but a few key things need to be taken care of immediately.
Core hours between 9-3 which allows for a somewhat flexible work schedule. Learned about international inventory management. Work culture was a little cliquish because many of the employees were transfers from the old CAT business.
Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Former Employee) – Tannersville, PA – February 15, 2018
You are exposed to every type of weather condition as it is and open dock. Employees are the lowest paid for this type of job in the entire region. Management has no concept of following their own rules and policies
All work and no play. All about safety but work you 30 days straight.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 14, 2018
Its a good paying company but they will work you to death then ask why your production is low after working 30 days straight. I was Salary so all I did was work. They act like they care but they don't. Its a 6 sigma, lean, and 5s building and want you to fallow all the guidelines but when you get behind they ask why your behind and its because we are obeying company policies and procedures.
Forlift Operator (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – January 31, 2018
Neovia was an amazing place to start off working as soon as you got out of college the pay was pretty good but the opportunities to grow and advance were very rare even for those who put 60 plus hours and never missed a day within a year. the management wasn't always on the same level for the staff and were more often the not less helpful although we did have great coworkers we were able to learn from and grow.
coworkers all got along
low lack of respect for those who worked to try and impress and advance