Contractor (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – July 16, 2018
My coworkrrs would literally come in plug in their headphone and work. No socializing... I was trained on all the redundant softwares they had, but when it came to learning the specifics for my position I felt like they really dropped the ball.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – July 15, 2018
CHR was a great place to build a career. My family benefitted greatly from the opportunities we had over the course of 25 years. Much has changed the last few years, but the core principles remain. The future is bright for the company.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 13, 2018
They do an excellent job at providing you training and real hands on experience. Pay is low and raises are hard to get. Great company to start with and learn the trade but probably better to utalize those skill elsewhere.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – July 12, 2018
I would not recommend this job to most people. The company does not take care of their customers properly and offers little support to the sales force. The more I sold, the more I found I had to service the customers. The support team only supported larger customers, and only 3 of the customers I sold. This is a nightmare, as I was quickly drawn into support. I was not told I had to work weekends during the interview process. I was also not told about the hours worked. After my first full year they were going to significantly reduce my salary due to a corporate decision. I've worked many sales jobs and this was one of the worst.
Salary and 401k
Poor managment, lack of an understanding of the sales process, poor sales support
TRACK &TRACE/CARRIER SUPPORT ANALYST (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 11, 2018
I enjoyed working there. The ppl you work with could make or break your experience. The office I worked for, we all congealed and made it feel like a big family working toward one goal. The supervisors give constructive feedback and want to see their team win as a whole.i would say that upper management could be improved. But over all it's a good environment and great place to make a career!
Great place to work, friendly inter-office culture and camaraderie between offices. Depending on your position, your choices for job advancement were either "stay where you are" or "move to another city".
8-5 M-F Corporate Worldwide Company Less than Truckload Expert Lots of change with high turnover Hardest part of the job is that I know Im worth more per hour The most enjoyable part about the job is the people and that what we do matters
OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 29, 2018
this is a laid back company can be fast paced and busy alot of the times depending on your department with the company. it is a great company to be apart of but some of there departments need some work.
Operations Representative (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – June 27, 2018
The atmosphere within the branch I worked at was similar to that of a High School. The environment is stressful and opportunities for advancement are few. Overall people seem dissatisfied with their jobs. The benefits/perks are the best part of the job.
good amount of PTO, Espp, 401K 4% match, casual attire, set hours
Robinson promotes from outside hardly ever from within
Account Coordinator (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 26, 2018
If you looking for long term career growth and yearly raises Keep it moving it’s a secure job though but management will continue to add more tasks to your plate and make excuses of branch money issues when you ask for a raise
Secure job if you’ll stay in the same position and pay for years
Global Forwarding Agent (Former Employee) – Wood Dale IL – June 23, 2018
I mean, it was an ok place to start in the industry. The benefits were decent, and I learned a lot. However, there is little to no training in anything you do. You get thrown into whatever role with zero guidance. Management is also very sneaky and not on your side whatsoever. It's a company for sales and account managers. As for operations, they are not cared for.
Inventory Lead (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – June 19, 2018
Doing daily cycle counts checking product and quantities making sure everything is on point , hardest part of the job would be in the morning preety cold but its not as bad as it sounds and really easy work