Jr. Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – January 8, 2018
Company was alright company to work for, but the comparative wages were unfair. The room for growth was non-existent, and when promoted it was for a couple dollars or less. Also being bought out means a new finance regime is being brought into place.
International Accounting Agent (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – November 25, 2017
It was a good place for learning and being productive throughout me working at AIT. I had a lot of fun working there and would not have left the company if my husband didn't have to relocate for his job.
Good environment, invinting office, fun place to work
Ocean Export Agent (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 10, 2017
The management and co-workers are in tune with the demands of the workload, shifting priorities to help each other as needed. Resources are available to learn new tasks, is encouraged and supported by the entire company.
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) – Hawthorne, CA – July 5, 2017
My job at AIT was to sale AIR FREIGHT, TRUCK LOADS AND LTL Service. Air was domestic and international. I like the freedom of being on the road and bringing in new accounts which at time could be very challenging. A typical week for me was booking appointments and and making sales calls. The hardest part of the job was closing on accounts and chasing down late payers. My boss was a great guy to work for. Though i was in sales he taught me alot about operations which later helped me start my own business.
Audit Agent (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – March 26, 2017
AIT was a great company to work for. The hours were perfect, we always had weekends off. If you did have to work a weekend it was just for a few hours to let trucks into the docks. Great pay and benefits.
Air Export Coordinator (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – February 13, 2017
The office culture is not the best. It is wasn't for the team I was working with I would have left a lot sooner. I would have liked to see the finances of the branch as they would not release how profitable they were.