Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 14, 2016
Load and unload trucks, while learning driver routes,and solving load problems. Also there are times we cross load to pic up more freight. Also decided which routes would be faster for on time delivery.
Driver (Former Employee) – Carlisle, PA – August 4, 2016
Takes a while to move into a good run but the pay was great. I did extremely well until there was a new line haul manager. Communication was scarce and everyone seemed to have an attitude with the drivers. Overall great place to work to pay all your bills but it can burn you out if you don't pace yorself
BILL ENTRY SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Thomasville, NC – July 17, 2016
I worked there for about a year and half as a bill entry production specialist. The work was boring, but the pay was $20+ per hour depending on your level of productivity. There wasn't a ton of room for advancement, but they did promote within the company instead of hiring outsiders. We were treated well by the company. The health benefits were amazing. I developed carpal tunnel from my job which was ultimately why I left. I didn't much like the hours since they were from 6pm until about 3am monday through friday, but it wasn't terrible. They gave two weeks of vacation for one year of employment as well as 2 paid sick days. I would work for them again.
pay, benefits, free food often, free t shirts, paid time off, paid holidays
Wonderful Monday- Friday set schedule, weekends and holidays off.
Clerical Associate (Former Employee) – Dracut, MA – June 30, 2016
I loved how much they worked with me. I had my own comfortable office, my hours were perfect, I got to go home for lunch and my coworkers were all amazing. I only left because I had to temporarily move to Florida.
Free lunch every Friday, weekends and Holidays off, pay great for my age
watches for the best of its employees and what it takes to make OD a strong company . Like everyone else in the transportation industry it is having to make layoffs to keep P & L strong.Great company and great training methods and tools to use everyone is will to help out co-workers
Great place to work if your willing to put in the work
LEAD DOCKWORKER (Current Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – June 24, 2016
Worked hard, and it paid off. Driving a forklift, and completing orders with your crew. It is physical labor. It is a great place to start your career in frieigt because it offers room for growth and constant learning opportunites within the company.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Tennessee – June 23, 2016
This job is highly demanding but if you dont mind working then its a great place to work. Its a very small close knit group that works and depends on each other to make sure the product gets to where it needs to go. Management takes care of the staff with monthly cookouts, foods or treats for the job we do. Old Domiinion takes care of its employees,
Job duties included excel spreadsheets, answer phones, and being very orgainized I learned a lot about tracking a shipment for customers, making sure it delivered on time Management was very understanding. Open door policy Hardest part about work was it was always busy I enjoyed all my co-workers
Weight and Inspection (Former Employee) – Commerce City, CO – June 8, 2016
Nothing to say about it. While on the dock I succeeded in job advancement. I took a position that lead me to getting laid off because the company had no need for my position anymore. You'd figure if you generate the company close to a half million dollars a year that the position would be needed but i guess not!