Dock worker (Former Employee) – Williamsport, MD – November 8, 2018
Not a bad place to work, just lacking the proper pay for the job performed. If DLI paid a better wage they would not have such a turnover rate. Pay needs to be increased to compete with other companies in same field.
I was laid off to make room for a demoted employee and then that employee was fired a week later. Now my former position is up for grabs. The manager is screwing people over left and right and plays favorites too obviously. They don’t care how much of a team player you are just that you do your assigned tasks. Not to mention the office was like a reality show. Drama
Manager (Former Employee) – Maryland – August 25, 2018
Little support from corporate management. HR and recruiting, IT, and Maintenance depts were all understaffed. Equipment was in rough shape. Local site manager made ultimate decisions seemingly based on a personal agenda rather than what was best for the company. Very poor accountability and progressive discipline process in which people that performed poorly could work there for years, but other people that performed well would be fired with no reason, documentation, or performance discussions at all.
Dock Worker (Current Employee) – Langhorne, PA – August 5, 2018
Working here can be stressful and painful towards your body this type of work is not t for everyone.on the hottest days of the year were not provided with water to keep us hydrated. In my personal opinion this job could be ran differently
Billing and Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Crossett, AR – June 25, 2018
Opening paperwork that drivers brought in. Matching with loads in computer. Checking billing rates for loads and billing out to customers. Print out driver moves and check that everything was in order and that driver would be paid fairly. I worked with this company for eight years and ask for a job advancement for more pay since I am single. I was never given the opportunity to advance. The job was not hard just time consuming. Talking and meeting drivers from different cities was the most enjoyable part of the job.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 21, 2018
I enjoyed working with this company the office personnel was very helpful. The management is very poor in communication and follow-up.The most enjoyable part of the job was my interaction with all the GM dealers in the Hampton Roads area. The hardest part of this job was not having equipment to deliver these parts "ie" pallet jack for engine's and transmissions. I was unable to secure my load many times on the trailer due to never having enough straps.
Great relationship with GM Dealers
Mangement very poor communication. Unwilling to resolve driver issues.
The work environment in this location is highly stressful due to the high turnover rate attributed to poor leadership that lacks accountability and passes the blame down the line, only to continue their failing posture due to the real problem being their upper tier management.
Class C Route Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Los Angeles California – February 1, 2018
We work the graveyard shift and it was very stressful and fast-paced making deliveries in many different counties for AT&T phone company. There is many miles to drive many freeways to drive many addresses to remember and a lot of scanning of all of all of the boxes.
Good hours, paid overtime, paid time off, good place to work.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hamilton, oh – January 9, 2018
I wasn't getting paid like I should to be moving engines and transmission. I was getting 162 per day and working 10, 11 and sometimes 12 hours a day. When I would get there I would have to wait because my truck was never loaded so that's 30 to 45 minutes I had to wait and DLI didn't care cause you were paid by the day. I was making more money when I was a temp cause I was making 17 an hour. So if you can stay a temp worker cause I was lied to and treated horrible with this company. I worked for the Hamilton Ohio one.