If you want to be treated fairly, don’t work here.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – January 24, 2019
I was directly hired this past year. My dad then developed major complications from lymphoma that required me to help him with appointments once a week. Thus having to take time off. Mind you KN has a very strict 6 point call out rule. I hit my pinnicale this past week when I got really sick. They will NOT honor doctors notes. So I was let go. My immediate supervisor was helpful in terms of letting me have my requested days off, but HR was not. Overall, the company seems pretty solid, plenty of work and the opportunity to move up. Make sure you are healthy and do not have any sick family members, because they WILL throw you away like a dirty old sock.
Forklift operator (Former Employee) – Carlisle, PA – January 14, 2019
I worked with some people I knew, and even though wearhouse work isnt fun at all times. We kept our moral up. I enjoyed working for K&N. I hated to leave but the opportunity to work at the DOC was something I couldn't pass up. I miss those guys.
International/Domestic Shipping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 11, 2019
This was by far the worst place that i have worked for. Kuehne-Nagel as a whole is a good company. The Performance Health building is horrible. i was a Supervisor for three years and never received a raise. Worked most Saturdays with no extra pay. The upper management is lacking Professionalism. Hr is a joke i would never recommend anyone to work there
Forklift operator (Current Employee) – Aurora, IL – January 10, 2019
K&N is a company that is ran by people who only cares about the higher levels management workers. The turnover for the company is very high due to them constantly switching works start and end schedules.
QUALTY COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Southaven, MS – January 2, 2019
Love the culture at Kuehne-nagel.. I learned a lot at Kuehne-nagel training was always available .A typical day at work was going into the office with a smile, everyone greets you . I prepare for the work day with scanning my emails and priorotizing them.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Rialto, CA – December 31, 2018
Working here they expect you on site at least 30 mins before fast working environment 10 hour shifts. Eat healthy and bring coffee. Be detail oriented sometimes require you to look for small thing on small boxes
Company culture starts with yourself. Don't wait for someone else.
Customs Brokerage Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 5, 2018
Wherever you go, it helps to have at least a few allies to support your cause/purposes. Working at SFO office, I have the honor to work with a talented group of people who deeply understand the experimental San Francisco Bay Area market. Our data-driven clients, whether young or established, has helped us become a better company. Our client relationships have driven our vision and mission, even at the branch level. Sure, it helps to know some important heads and know where to navigate within our massive orgchart, but our clients are the ones who truly drive our culture and strategic acquisitons/development. It also helps to have a big picture mindset, but don't get too obsessed in it and lose your humanity. People aren't just numbers in the ledger, but rather high performance and GP are symptoms of subjective successes and meaningful customer relationships.
Company culture starts with yourself. Don't wait for someone else to implement it for you. It's easy to settle with the diffused responsibility working at big company, but you decide whether to get things done or not and motivate others. I'm proud of my team and I stand for all of us.
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