Their so-called Sales Manager was not really a manager, his idea of management is to throw new sales people into existing territory and let them fight it out to the death with the incumbent sales people, then acts supersized when the conflicts erupt. Most of the sales staff was illiterate at best, and did their best to keep new people from succeeding. This company has lost more market share than perhaps any surviving company in any industry. They are truly horrific.
Technical Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Missoula, MT – May 7, 2018
I do not enjoy working here. Employees don't get taken care of and their opinion does not matter. Managers do not know what they are doing and they continue to hire bad managers and not enough employees to do that job
I worked at Edulog for nearly 3 years. I loved what I did, but things got stagnant. Edulog has a lot of grandiose plans, unfortunately they just never quite seem to work out. Management gets in its own way and there is just too much in-fighting.
I worked there for a year and a half. The supervisor was terrible, I would come into work, look at my emails, and realize that my manager was deleting or responding the emails before I could write them.. The travelers were so needy. That if they didn't have the right hotel,car, flights they would throw a tantrum. The atmosphere is also not the greatest, I felt like if I got up from my desk I would get yelled at.
The work day at Education Logistics starts early and end on time. The culture is an awesome experience, definitely a family oriented environment. High paced and very competitive. The direction of the company can be fine tuned and focused on current client satisfaction. The turn over is too high to create a sustainable team to achieve desired goal of the company.
I travel a lot for this job, meeting with school district's administration personnel to discuss transportation. A lot of onsite visits, presentations, meeting with current clients and more. While in-house, I spent time doing online demos and talking with potential and current clients on the phone.
I learned a great lot from this job as far as logistics go. Transportation with yellow school buses is very complex. I got to meet many people through out the industry, whether that be competitors, partner companies, clients, and co-workers.
The toughest part of this job, was the downtime when traveling I.E. sitting in airports for hours, and driving countless hours in traffic! The best part of the job, the traveling! I got to also see awesome new area's that I have never seen before.
Travel to see knew areas
Dealing with current client issues(too may of them!!)