Good place to work, but management doesn't see you as a person really.
CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Bristow, VA – September 3, 2017
Old Dominion Freight Lines is a good place to work. The other employees are great to work with as well. I will say that the environment is stressful due to the fast-paced culture. The drawback of the company is that management doesn't care about the employee, per se, but rather about the numbers and results they produce.
Dock Worker/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – October 12, 2018
The management on the dock is very bias if you are not one of their favorites they will throw you under the bus and not care about it. They only look out who for who they want and will do anything to protect them.
Warning if you are thinking of working for this company here some advice.No overtime,work 12 just about every day when it can be done in 10 ish hrs.They strive to keep you there to gamble with your family life.Dispatchers are a joke haven’t ever drove trucks.Manager has no back bone and will lie to you.Look down and around won’t ever look into your eyes.Everyone else in management does his job to make his easier.Mechanic’s can’t get pay when there suppose to cause he doesn’t know how to enter job in computer to submit to corporate.Stealing from company in my eyes.Assistant manager no better harassed employees and always feeling like a big man writing up employees for anything and everything he can come up with.Saw 6 employees canned 1dick supervisor and 5 drivers for various medical issues.If your not back in 6 months your gone and will receive a letter cut you off the insurance.All of these men where wanting to return to work.Now if that’s not dirty then what is?Have talk with previous employees from other terminals that have worked with company will tell you the same just ask around.They got there picks of employees which is not the right choice to be in management.Management is never wrong when they are they lie like he!!
Class A CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Lathrop, CA – October 7, 2018
Complete Pre-trip on commercial vehicle and trailer. Check that all freight in trailer matches the route Manifest. Deliver or pick up freight at customer business or residential. Complete post-trip on commercial vehicle and trailer.
Great Pay & Benefits but no room for advancements within
P&D DRIVER (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 5, 2018
The pay was great and had the best benefits. Made great friendships during my time that I have carried on past my employment with Old Dominion. Management overworked the drivers without consideration for their personal time and family time. No overtime until 60 hours. There was no room for advancement. Once a driver, always a driver.
Foreman/Lead (Former Employee) – Greer, SC – October 2, 2018
Old Dominion Freight Lines is top of the line when it comes to rates and claims ratio, I for one made sure freight efficiency and quality was ensured for customer satisfaction. In turn this kind of drive got me a promotion as a Foreman/Lead
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 1, 2018
great job, but exposed to elements. I often had to sneak into the bathroom to heat my boots in the winter with hand dryers, because they did not warn us against steel toe as opposed to composite for cold protection
Assistant Supervisor (Current Employee) – Reading, PA – September 19, 2018
If you are looking for a warehouse job. This is the company to work for! This company really cares about the employees and is the best in the business. the rapid growth of the company leads to advancements.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – August 26, 2018
Had a personal fall out with supervisor which led to my quiting with proper notice. Hours, benefits, and the job itself were wonderful. I enjoyed my co workers. I enjoyed the ability to do some work on the dock with fork lifts and learning new skills.
Load and unload (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 24, 2018
Is a good place to work the pay is good nice Friendly people If you been there long enough they will take care you working days I've been there 12 years in the have 3 days Off We have cookouts like 5 times a year Is it good company to work for if you young person