Freight Handler (Current Employee), Boise, ID – January 23, 2014
A typical day is unloading trucks with a forklift and breaking them down to costumers specs. I have learned how to work fast and productive. Management is not good we are contently threatened to be fired if we tell them our opinion we are just rocking the boat so to speak instead of just dealing with the problem. My co-workers are good I get along with – more... every one! The hardest part of the job is management. The most enjoyable part of the job is the work its fun running equipment and being faced with the various challenges. – less
Fantastic upper management team, room for advancement within
HR Generalist (FTE) (Current Employee), Portland, OR – August 29, 2013
RoadLink is a great company to work for. They provide immense internal training, allow employees to take on additional duties and projects as desired, allow for travel if desired, and are well rounded people. Management will take you out for business dinners and to make sure you feel welcome with the company, co-workers consider each other family, and – more... people have a good time at work in general. – less
frieght handler (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – July 17, 2013
Cons: short breaks and free work shirt.
I love and enjoy the entire time and learned so many things that has been so helpful to me even till this very moment. The management are so organised and co-operating and the only hardest part of the job is the heat in the warehouse because north is always hot and the most enjoyable part of the job is the pay.
Sr ift manager (Former Employee), Chehalis WA – May 9, 2013
Pros: travel teams
Cons: sloppy leadership
I was in management at roadlink on two separate occasions. Both times I was wronged with made up explanations to either demote me or lay me off. It's ran on a "who you know" basis and not by how you work. Terribly political yet follow little policy. Not an enjoyable working environment. The assisstant GM cursed me out in front of all the supervisors – more... and even the FT GM. No disciplinary action taken. I could keep going and going. – less
what are their background requirements?? Does this matter??
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Enjoyed working closely with clients' Management on a daily basis.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee), Burlington, NJ – May 8, 2012
Pros: learned a lot from clients employees
Cons: two and a half years of employment-no raise
. Ran a crew of temps on a daily basis to meet goals and expectations in a accurate and timely manner. . I learned a great deal about the processes involving what we accomplish on a daily basis, but learned more from our client than i did my own company.