Professional Mover (Former Employee) – United States – October 26, 2018
Allied doesn't go too far to ensure they keep their employees. Always trying to cut costs like most major van lines. The work is fairly consistent if you get in with the right people and are a good mover. But unless you're a CDL driver, good luck in the winter time
I was able to work over time when needed and was able to pick my time off.
Mailroom Clerk (Former Employee) – Illinois – July 1, 2018
We were always busy in the mail room. We had incoming and out going mail every day. We had to learn new procedures when the mail prices changed. We accepted mail and then had to sort and distribute it throughout the building. At one time we had over 900 employees.
It was always keeping you on your toes, you had to be careful not to put the wrong postage on the out going mail.
Sometimes we were asked to do almost impossible tasks, like figure out how to send seashells out inthe mail without getting them broken.
Self Employed Owner/Operator (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – June 18, 2018
interacting with customers/client in person and by telephone on a daily basis. I learned that what clients want most is to know that they are important and that you are listening, that you are sincere about resolving any problems they may have.
Very stressful environment. Difficult to work in this environment.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Schenectady, NY – January 13, 2018
This family owned business was run by a father and son who did not get along with each other and whose management style including a lot of screaming at each other and the employees. It was very stressful to go into this office every day.
Boss was not on site every day
Whenever the father and son were in the office at the same time.
Berger Transfer An Agent (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – November 7, 2017
I would verbally discuss with recruiter. While Allied Van lines is a good company to be a part of, the local agencies are not customer centric. I am looking for an organization to develop and manage new clients business and be able to support to new business operationally.
CO-OWNER FRISBY TRUCKING (Former Employee) – United States – October 2, 2017
Lots of hard labor which gave a sense of personal satisfaction when the job was successfully completed. Used all my skill as an Executive Assistant to be an effective contractor for both corporate HQ and the customers.
Seeing this country and a sense of accomplishment
Long days away from home and physical exertion was a constant concern