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What is the work environment and culture like at Ryder?

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Lots of ways to get fired... new ways added daily.horrible bosses.they have a hard time hiring good bosses

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If you're at the South shop it's poor management, always negative feedback​, insufficient parts available, and competitive yet tattle tailing co workers can't wait for north shop to be rebuilt that's the shop you want to be at, that place ran great until it burned down. Benefits vacation can't beat it.. Insurance sucks thanks to Obama care.. pay.. good luck unless you are a brown noser then this job is for you

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Good as long as you as a driver are willing to falsify your logs, do plenty of unpaid labor, endure being under constant surveillance under the camera in the cab, and if you don't cover your rear every day you then have to be ready to be thrown under the bus by the higher ups in case of any incident. You will be just another cog in a machine that puts profit over safety every time. It can be done if you keep a clear head and are always aware that management is not your friend and no one really cares for your safety. The other downside is that DOT will pull you in the scales every time due to the deplorable record that Ryder has, so forget about PrePass!.

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Old boy club all the way dispatch and regional manager in bed together.stay away

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Poor upper management, poor ethics. Director used a megaphone and stood on the receiving dock barking orders, no communication until it is too late, think it is ok to work their people 18 days straight . This was the Alburtis Pennsylvania location. Other buildings may be better as Ryder seems to be a good company.

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We mostly feel disrespected and as though nothing we do is ever good enough. The paperwork is redundant and there seems to be more management than really needed and not enough employees to do the actual work. They care nothing about your time at home or employees as being actual people.

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Working fast all day and hard work we work bout 12 to 14 hours a day

Answered - Foreman (Current Employee) - Louisburg, NC

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Hot, Cant understand half of the people that work there. No support on the floor for leads or workers.

Answered - Line Lead (Former Employee) - Lockbourne, OH

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Poor management, promotions are slow,

Answered - Mechanic (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Safe, productive.

Answered - Tech 2 (Current Employee) - Phoenix, Az

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