Professional Driver (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – October 25, 2017
I had a lot of fun working there. Very oganized well known company. Everyone there was easy to get along with and very respectable. I thank those guys don in Woodbridge Va. An all around great company to work for.
Mover (Current Employee) – Lawton, OK – July 11, 2017
This job is borederline slave labor. I've worked for jobs making a lot more money that weren't even half as bad as this job. I get paid 11 an hour to move people's things all day long in the blistering heat and cold. I have worked at Coleman for two years and it feels like I've aged four. Do not do it! Unless you are on your last resort.
That first thing I said was a lie, Out of 30 people I can only stand working with maybe five of them.
truck driver (Former Employee) – Homewood, AL – June 29, 2017
Could be a good company but management needs working on. More money should be give to there employees for the hard work they have to do every day. They also have to deal with some outrageous customers.
MOVING DRIVER (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 31, 2017
This Organization had people working together in all facets to achieve 100% success. On a typical I was charged with a completing my Pre-trip and Post-Trip Inspections before starting and leaving company grounds as well having vehicle topped off and ready for the next day.
Helper (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – September 24, 2015
Good work environment, the schedules are flexible! Decent amount of people who work there! It's nto a place that is like crabs in a bucket. No one is out to get you--at least, it doesn't feel that way.
their is consideration of their drivers and family once your on the road they forget that after a long period of time you need to get back to have famiy time. They want u to stay out for 30 to 60 days at a time For me that is hard because I am a single parent raising 5 children I cant be gone that long at a time. They dont understand that.
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Hammond, LA – January 7, 2013
I totally loved helping people move that was the best part. The managment at both the corporate level and most especially the local level did not care about customer service or training of employees.' I learned that management should always take time to roll of their sleeves to get to know their employees that work in the trenches Company Improvement is always a plus.
the customers and fellow sales people i met.
corporate training, managment support, training of workers, negative office environment