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A good place to work
EH&S Field Coordinator (Former Employee), Williamsport, PAJuly 4, 2013
Pros: positive work environment, good pay and benefits
Cons: nothing really comes to mind
I found QC to be better than average. The benefits and retirement are competitive and the overall work atmosphere is better than most.

In my own experience I was allowed to run my shift the way I wanted to. I was able to create a team made up of employees of various subcontractors who shared the common goals of delivering excellent customer service – more... by doing the job right every time.

I would recommend QC to anyone seeking a long term career in the transportation sector. – less
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Unstable work environment with no communication present.
Terminal Support Coordinator (Former Employee), Towanda, PAMarch 14, 2013
Pros: family like co-workers, flexible schedule
Cons: heartless management officials.
I never had a typical day at work. Some days I was busy beyond belief and the next we would have no work to do. I was always based on how many trucks we had out working for us at a given time. I learned in my time there, you cannot wait around to have something you need done, done. You need to go for it and make things happen. My co-workers in my terminal – more... were amazing. We answered to management at our Williamsport, PA terminal because we were only considered a satellite location. Management was horrible with communication and recognition. The hardest part of my job occurred when work was slow. I am not one to sit with nothing to do, as I need to stay busy to be happy. The most rewarding part of my job was seeing how happy the drivers were with how my secretary and I handled problems, and seeing the revenue our small little terminal produced. – less