Shipping clerk (Former Employee) – Chino, CA – January 14, 2019
During the time that I worked as a shipping clerk I had a good manager, a good supervisor with the exepcion that nobody teached me. But I got some experience about shipping based on pallet pr floor loads.
Equipment trainer/ safety team (Current Employee) – Perris, CA – January 9, 2019
i check my email and trainers log. i need to analyze the task that have been left from my supervisor and adjust my schedule to the duties that need to be conducted. ensure everyone is working safely. i also learned the proper safety functions and process to work as efficient as possible.
gives me the opportunity to approach all employees and correct there safety mistakes.
i feel like management does not appreciate what i am actually doing.
Forklift operator (Former Employee) – Perris, CA – January 6, 2019
Management here is the worst, explains why they went through different GM's and supervisors. Good working people were fired over something as small as paperwork and NFI employees are getting shafted with pay raises. Was there as a temp and for over a year and didn't get hired on. Went through 3 conversions and didn't get hired on due to poor management and excuses. A waste of time! If you don't plan on being on your knees for management don't bother working here, take your worth elsewhere.
The management shows favorites extremely, the pay is garbage, the hours are insane and you basically get no life outside of work. The no advancement, there’s workers there still in the same spot that have been there for 10+ years. The leads are cool, the supervisors are just horrible, the office workers are horrible, everyone’s only loooking out for themselves, people in charge will try to get you fired if they don’t like you.
I currently work here and the transportation manager is absolutely horrible. Comes and goes as he pleases, gets drunk daily at Eddie J’s in town. Will often have drinks prior to coming in. The most awkward person you ever met, and the worst leader if you can even call him that.
The work place at NFI was relaxed and fun at times. On a regular day at work you might have a few guys, joking around but, we still get the job done. That’s what made NFI a pretty good job. The work wasn’t as hard until promo season started. I learned how to operate my first forklift at NFI
TRAFFIC COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Baldwinsville, NY – December 24, 2018
It’s alright for an in between kind of job. But otherwise the supervisors suck. You’re just a body nothing more nothing less. No room for advancement unless you’re willing to get in bed with the bosses sometimes metaphorically might even be literally.
MATERIAL HANDLER (Former Employee) – New Galilee, PA – December 22, 2018
Started and got a raise after 2 months was nice. Had very poor training. Was let go at 3 1/2 points, probation you get 4 points and after 90 days you get up to 8 points. Mind you no write up. Been attempting hr and is about useless. Request days off month ahead of time and shoot it down days prior
Its a great place to work but to many chiefs not enough indians. They play with your time on kronos some people are cool but they play to many games but thankful i made it five months and with a raise after to months working there so make the best of it if u ever work there
Full Time Employee (Current Employee) – Cherry Hill, NJ – December 17, 2018
NFI is full of many dedicated and talented individuals. Most are willing to help each other be successful in their own areas. The CEO is very capable and is willing to take some risks for long-term benefit that leaders of a public company would not.
This is a great place to work the pay is wonderful the hours are great the people are friendly management is understanding management does not act like management they do not boss you around constantly they are there to help you would still be there if I did not move.