Employee (Former Employee) – United States – November 7, 2018
Management is a joke don't waste your time. Need to seriously look for another company they talk about managers but provide no training no teachinging for the ones they have and the ones they have are only theretill they can get another offerb very high turnover not just employees but Management too. Belive me stay away.
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Channelview, TX – September 20, 2018
Run .... They are alway hiring and I have friends and family ask me if my job was hiring and I would say no. I don’t want to put them through what I would deal with. The customer service person there makes everything so stressful, miserable and overwhelming. You walk in and she the first person you hear yell through the whole office.
Made some awesome friends that started out as coworkers
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Garden City, GA – February 2, 2018
This place is a joke. Terminal manager just sits back and let's employees do what they want. No structure. Computer system is very outdated and very slow. Go somewhere else, don't waste your time here.
Clerical Assistant - Training (Former Employee) – Chalmette – October 31, 2017
I started out liking the company, my boss, and loved helping team members which kept me spiritually balanced. When I moved to another department, the environment became difficult. As with any job/company, some days and some people are easier to get along with.Treat each other okay, but terrible watching how they treat other coworkers/team members. I found the culture at Boasso different from any other. Some have great co-worker relationships. Some have gossip and sabotage going on. Some people procrastinate, some overwork for those who procrastinate which who receives all the praise and promotions. So much favoritism. Management turns a blind eye unless you are in their clique.
Chemical Technician (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – October 24, 2017
Company lie to me , I work there two years with no raise. Don’t waste your time, The terminal manager don’t care about nobody he will use you to his advantage. They always hiring because they have a high turnover rate . Its a circus working there .You get pay less than any other Boasso America in the USA.
Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 11, 2017
Very Ugky job, shuffling papers all day non stop, and standing at copier scanning all day. They expect you keep moving your arms like you're a slave or working in a factory. Most boring, dead end job ever!
Regional Safety Supervisor (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 6, 2016
Interviewed for this position and turned it down after a low ball offer. I have over 10 years experience. Healthcare deductibles are extremely high, I would have to pay $4,000 more per year compared to my last job. They would not give me at least 4 weeks vacation as professional credit for my years of experience.
Supervision (Current Employee) – Eastern Region – August 6, 2015
My work day is generally 7 to 6 while in my work area. It varies a good bit more when I am traveling to the 9 other locations in the eastern US. Most of the employees are pleasant and desire to do a good job every day. Safety and employee heath/well being is not a priority. They handle a lot of hazardous chemicals and do the bare minimum to be legal. The company has several directors which are all undermined by the president. This makes for a very unstable and unhappy management team. Pay increases are usually 1 to 2 percent regardless of performance.
I would clock in, head to the locker room to change into my safety gear and then to the machine to grab a hot cup of tea. Then off to the to collect all of the paper work that I would need for the team and me to start the day. Next Im off to walk the yard to see how much of it I have to get in order, I then visualize my goal and Im off. Through the course of the day Im operating the lift, driving switcher, fixing tanks stickers, writting up paper work and working as a team. At lunch we laugh and joke about life, work, and home. I work as the lead man so sometimes I choose to skip lunch and keep working so that our orders for the day will be able to be completed by the end of the day.
The job is mostly easy due to the team work and comunication over the radios that we have to keep in contact with each other. The hardest part of the job is keeping everthing in order being that the yard is not big enough to accommodate the amount of trucks, tanks, chassis and equipment that we have.
The best part of it is loving what I do. From the organizing and paper work to the hands on feeling and use of the machines.
Gifts, Bonuses, Nice people to work with
No sick days, No personal days, No all around over time