Right now it's not good especially when you have upper management who listens to engineers and reduces the flow on their Docs bottlenecks the freight on to one doc where you can't make service when our business is service they need to get their heads out of the sand and start doing their job start training your docs supervisor get out from behind the desk
Toxic and miserable place to work. avoid at all costs.
Environment was fine
Answered - Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) - South Bend, IN
Toxic environment. Office employees lacked professionalism.
Balanced and relaxed, but fast paced.
Answered - Helper (Former Employee) - Bronx, NY
Was great when I started and poor when I left. Changes implemented by Yellow started the down hill slide at Roadway. Went from a company that was debt free to a company that needed to recieve bail out money from the federal government to stay afloat.
Answered - Service Coordinator/HUB Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
Rough, hot year round and quick
Answered - Warehouse man/Forklift Operator (Causal) (Former Employee) - Lake Park, GA
Shark tank. You the bait
Not pleaser able
Answered - Freight Handler (Former Employee) - Kernersville, NC
Gender bias no accountability for not following standard operating procedures total lack of respect and favoritism between the local unions driver vs clerical. Total lack of disregard of chain of command and standards set forth from corporate level from management. Old school management and technology both practices are very outdated.