Forklift / Dock Lead (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – September 18, 2018
Company was very unorganized. A lot of manager favorite employee and no fair treatment. No room for advancement. Hard atmosphere to work due to the scattered brain management not prepared for the day. No one ever gave directions for the day.
Driver (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – September 13, 2018
The company promises you everything and delivers on none. You start at all different times in the morning. One day it 7am and then the next day you will start at 3 am. They tell you you won’t work more then 10 hours a day and you work 12-14 hours pushing you DOT time limit. Equipment is broken and it’s first come first serve basis, so if you’re scheduled at 6am you get broken equipment. The warehouse can’t pack a truck at all. Everything should be pelletized and wrap well. In New York they take 25% of your paycheck in taxes. And it took them 3 weeks before I even started. I highly recommend you don’t apply for this company
FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Forest Park, GA – September 11, 2018
Dock workers are like family and definitely impact the warehouse production. Along with very key employees overall experience was great but the pay wasn't enough. This job would be fit for anyone wanting to start out in the warehouse industry.
You rarely have to get off of your Forklift (Sit-Down)
Poorly staffed and poor work environment at San Antonio location
Sorter/Unloader (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 30, 2018
The management is forceful on coming into work no compassion for life situations that might prevent you from coming in. Short staffed and forces vets. To pick up the slack. They lie bout what’s expected and breaks and a lot of other stuff
Money was good
Short breaks for extremely long hours, poor management
Forklift operator/Dock worker (Former Employee) – Jamaica, NY – August 28, 2018
Bad place didn’t like iit. Good that you can learn forklift but the work is grueling the people there are prett good people, I liked the guys I worked with.The pay was to low and it seemed unlikely that you could make a career there.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – August 19, 2018
3 terminal managers in and 11 month period. All 3 terminal managers identified the problem but for some strange reason they were unable to get rid of the person creating the click and creating a difficult work environment. Someone not at the station calling the shots based on gossip.
Mafia environment preety evident but nothing done to get rid of the lazy cancer
The place is like bumper cars at the carnival mixed with jousting
Cmh production (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 14, 2018
They have no regard for safety contrary to what the training said. OSHA if you are reading this, this place is an easy bust. They take flashing lights and back up alarms off of all forklifts the equipment does not meet safety standards and employees are told not to use the horns because "its annoying to hear honking all day" as stated by the lead in charge of training.
dri er (Former Employee) – atlanta, ga – August 14, 2018
The dispatchers will give loads to friends and sit you if they can. They make alot of money but won't compensate their drivers. They hire a bunch of no driving people and oush out the veterans who helped them get started
Great company to work for. Benefits and work environment are good, provided your become part of a team with good management. Some managers are out of touch with every day operations and don't always know what is going on. Constructive feed back tends to fall more on the bullying and belittling side, then constructive or helpful.
Transportation Supervisor (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – August 10, 2018
The leadership at this terminal is horrible. Disorganized, antiquated and extremely poor work culture. Tobacco use on the production floor and in the building, theft of customer product, drug and alcohol use on site. Training programs are faulty and shallow. Employee abuse. High risk environment.
Reasonable pay but nothing worth the pitfalls
The entire terminal needs to be overhauled. High risk
Load and Unload Associate (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – August 6, 2018
management needs training. no place to move within the management teams. a suggestion system needs to be put in place. not open to positive change. supervision is pulled from production. they keep doing the same thin the same way overlooking cost and the feelings of the employees.
Dock hand/ forklift (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – August 6, 2018
when i first started there, i was married and didn't have a child. when my wife had our daughter, everything changed for me. the management made me choose later on that i needed to pretty much choose between my family or your job. obviously i chose my family. i didn't think that was the right thing for them to approach me with. i typical day there was stressful to say the least. unloading trucks in a timely manner was hard. then you have drivers coming in breathing down your neck needing freight so they can get going on the routes. but if you like a fast paced environment where it can get somewhat stressful, this is the job for you. but if you have kids, i don't recommend this job.
Don’t apply for this job, unless you want to be constantly cussed out, treated like a dog, and almost kill yourself working there. Management is so broken there, it’ll never be fixed. Horrible company.
Save yourself some time and don’t bother with this place.
Cargo Handler (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – July 27, 2018
Some guys are catered to and can be paid to stand around doing nothing. OSHA guidelines don’t mean anything to them. If you’re good at the job expect to be worked harder. If I had a mortal enemy I wouldn’t recommend this job to him. The Harrisburg terminal is one of the worst places I have ever worked at.