Driver and mover (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – October 10, 2018
Working for Johnson Moving and Storage was a wonderful experience. It gave me the change to learn some new on hands jobs. Meeting new people from all around the world. Driving to difference cities I have never been. And the chance to be a leader to some of my co-workers.
Pay good trucks old and not too many to pass around if your a cdl A driver pay is in 24hr of del, It was a great place to work as long as you keep up if you faltered you will be fired without any meeting or any thing VP of Operations Sucks
trying to run 11 agents like a MA and PA 1 horse shop
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO 80112 – August 5, 2017
Company promotes telecommuting. Poor management and HR. Do not follow Best Practices in dealing with employees. Job duties are sometimes unclear and employees that are performing well are given additional work that does not fall under job description. HR issues are not resolved in a constructive or timely manner.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Missouri City, TX – April 11, 2017
Working for Johnson storage and moving was a good experience. It was the first warehouse I've work in. The management was very good. The warehouse worker such as myself were never complaining about amything. They always kept us busy and even working overtime. When we were doing deliveries and doing pickup's we always provided excellent customer service at all times. Always kept the warehouse clean as well. It was an experience to remember.
Driver/Laborer (Former Employee) – Centennial, CO – July 19, 2015
Long drive to work to be sent home without work often. Constantly changing pay and shift. Poor management and co workers with very poor attitudes toward the job. The hardest part of the day was dealing with all the terrible attitudes it made the work day very long.
Logistics Manager (Current Employee) – CO – June 8, 2014
Starts at 7:00 a m could end around 5:00 p m or later, All aspects of moving business. Will fire a person for anything. Co workers will sleal equipment, hardest part of job is moving heavy furniture. Would not recommend people to work there rating d
Outdated equipment, Not family friendly, Extremely detached
Class A CDL Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – January 9, 2013
At the start of working for this Company I was extremely happy to be there. Then things started to change. There are not enough dispatchers for the amount of drivers that they have. In 6 months time, i have received a total amount of $4400.00 in compensation. I kept the job because I do not give up easily, however I have come to the point of losing my vehicle as well as having phones shut off and behind on my student loan. Its time for me to go.