Crew member (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – April 8, 2013
Here I liked my co workers I worked with on my crew. At the age I was when I started the pay was great of course. I was still single and living with my parents so I didnt have that much in bills. The hardest part of my job I felt were the swing and rotating shifts but after a while I got used to it.
Employee (Former Employee) – Holland, MI – March 14, 2018
Upper management has very poor communication skills. They make rash decisions without taking into consideration how those decisions will affect the people they manage. There is very limited room for advancement. If you are good at what you do, upper management will do whatever they can to keep you there ( no they wont give you any raise or other incentive to stay there ).
Holland itself use to be an awesome company to work for, but after YRC bought them it has gone down..
The actual individuals/coworkers (non management) whom you work with at Holland are great people and have help each other out.
It is the management style and people that needs a major overhaul.
Your best is never good enough, so if you give 120% then they expect that daily plus they will always expect that - so you cannot have a bad day.
They want everything but give nothing back in return.
Pay increases are minimal and depending on where you are at you are LUCKY if you get a cost of living increase. We all know the cost of living increases do not even come close to what it really is.