General Manager/Project Director (Former Employee) – Texas – November 6, 2017
LeFleur was a phenomenal place to work. It's managers and supervisors worked hard given the requirements provided by their customer, HHSC. Constantly requirements forced employees and leaders to be adaptable and flexible to ensure contract requirements were continuously met!
Great environment, impeccable employees, employee ethical standards
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Edinburg, TX – October 25, 2017
I started as a driver with LeFleur Transportation on September 2001. on 2003 LeFleur gave me the opportunity to move to Dispatch department where I learned the operations side of the company. On 2006 I moved to Human Resource department and I took the opportunity to develop my skills and grow in the workplace.Also, LeFleur is an excellent company because it is a company that cares about its employees giving them packages of benefits such as health insurance, paid vacations.
The hardest part of my job was terminating employees. The most enjoyable part of my job was hiring personnel.
Subcontractor Administrator/Human Resources (Current Employee) – Ridgeland, MS – October 10, 2017
Each day was exciting, nothing mundane . I learned a great deal about dealing with Medicaid Policies and Regulations. Management was outstanding. The workplace culture was caring and family like. The hardest part of the job staying on top of all the different states' requirements simultaneously. The most enjoyable part of the position was the people I worked with in the Corporate office as well as those in the numerous states in which we operated.
Reporting Analyst (Information Technology) (Current Employee) – Ridgeland, MS – September 25, 2017
LeFleur has been a great place to work for almost 12 years. There is a good balance between work and family life, the atmosphere is positive and employees work well together. Sadly it is going out of business.
Lead Driver (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – September 19, 2017
I enjoy working with them basically you had your own hours picking up clients taking them to work and taking the kids to daycare it was constant driving and writing time checking in to the office but you got treated with respect no complaining no negativity
DRIVER (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – September 12, 2017
Being a driver at LeFleur was interesting. It is one of those jobs that if you are there for the money, you are in the wrong place. The clients we transported we phenomenal. You become very close to them and vice versa. You are sometimes the only face they might see. If the local office would of stayed open, I would probably still be working there.
Call Center Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edinburg, TX – August 31, 2017
A business place with no cordinance and where people pointed fingers at each other with no chance of synchronization. Management was a joke the company lost its contract with the state due to not having good customer service or enough agents to do the job.
Trainer (Current Employee) – Edinburg, TX – August 21, 2017
Operation is shutting down in Texas, other opportunities to work for Lefleur are open in other states such as Mississippi and Louisiana. Could have been a great company to have a career with if it wasn't for upper management.
I did like the job, but i need to have a break to eat. Some point of the day restroom breaks was a tight spot as well, the pay is poor. The driver job consist of taking clients to doctor's appointments. Hospitals, Eye Appointments anywhere that was ordered on manifest. Practice safety measures on transporting my clients weather that's wheelchair excess-able clients or not. I enjoyed my chat with customer seemed like they did too.