When I started, my understanding was that New Penn was a great company. The key word in that sentence is "was" but that there was an active attempt to fix it. In my time there, I did not see much fixing, there was a lot of talking about fixing the problem, but the actions countered the talk.
Long-time employees there were once proud to work at New Penn, but the longer I was there, more and more people were going into "survival mode" just trying to get through to the next day, as outlined by the heavy turn over of management.
The people I worked with were great, tried to do their job, but as more and more gets put on a single person to cover down for people who leave, it makes any one's job very difficult.
Compensation and benefits are good, but not worth it long term. I think they have a great opportunity for drivers and dock workers, but politics, training (lack of) and the management seem to have a strong affect on turn over.
Truly wish New Penn can turn around, a lot of good, hardworking people who have given them years of hard work and loyalty deserve to succeed. Those same hardworking, loyal people will ultimately have to pay the price for the decisions of management above them.
Short sighted management