Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Dinuba, CA – June 27, 2018
A day that lasted the longest days ever, no end of the day with continuous call even after hours. I learned I was able to do everyone else job and could save the company money so my salary could increase. My management consisted of of a manager that took his personal life into his workplace and created issues. Also regional manager was taking narcotics not prescribed. The hardest part was having to work with two managers that spent more time behind closed doors than knowing what is happening in or around the office. The most enjoyable was when I left the company in 2016 and I decided the value of a dollar was no longer the same as the quality of my life.
Company pays well for the surrounding area
Not much room to move I mean it literally its a closet space with 6-8 people at any given time.
Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – January 29, 2018
NRT was a great place to work at as far as being busy. Answering emails, phone calls, and even greeting customers could be overwhelming in a good 8 hours. Though I only worked there for a few months and we had 3 separate managers within 6 months of me working there. None of the new management knew anything about the task they had to complete and put the work on myself to figure out. They didn't want to pay us extra though had us train others on how to do a more advanced job.Overall the company has good intentions but they don't really care about you. HR didn't even want to give us the state min. wage when it increased this past July of 2017. The staff and myself had to fight to get that raise. With that being said the NRT has had a lot of complaints and not only in the office area.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – New Jersey – January 7, 2018
The company hires anyone. They don't care about firing people because they know that they have low standards therefor you are replaceable. Supervisor used to throw fits and even hooked up with one of the employees and even promoted her to work in the office only because they hooked up. You get 30 min lunch breaks and you have to share about 8 microwaves with like 60 ppl. They overwork the employees and only pay them 10 - 13 $. This place is horrible
Owner/Operator with two trucks. Husband and Wife. (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 31, 2017
Port owner operator at Savannah. Best job I've ever had. Been with these folks two years next week. Have worked for two other third party carriers in Savannah and they were the worst. NRS is fantastic.
Kind courteous management, no drama, no competition, all the owners get along well, day off during the week no and then to fish.
Work almost every Saturday, which bothers some folks, but is great as you generally have a day or two off during the week two or three times a month.
Customer Service Clerk (Former Employee) – Pooler, GA – December 21, 2017
You have to Compete with everyone for everything you can not just come in do your job and go home at the end of the day. I worked through MANY breaks and lunches. People have no control or filter for the crude language that people use in the facility.
I was giving he chance to show my skills witch is working at a quick past as well as keep up whit to or three other things at a time at the same time show that time is a big thing t me that I set goles and reach them in a timely fashion
A good place to work but no room for improvement or promotions
Dockworker (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – September 8, 2017
It's a good place to work at some points but some of the people that they hired were disrespectful and didn't treat other employees with respect, they degrade them and there's a lot of scandals that go on in that place and no room for improvement where even if you bust your Butt you don't get a promotion
Severe lack of communication, few job advancement opportunities, only 1 30 Min break a day, dirty work environment, no evaluations meant that production fell on the hardest workers with little reproductions.