Local Driver (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – March 14, 2018
This company will cheat you out of everything humanly possible . Such as asking you to do things that shouldn’t be done. Letting people Harass you and making you to blame for there poor planning skills
Driver (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – March 4, 2018
Poor management and dispatchers are lost.. if you want a job,were the office staff doesn't know how to communicate properly..then this is the place for you..seriously guys I don't give reviews normally, but this place has got to be the worst driving job I have ever had.. it all starts with the two dumb a $$ they call managers.omg no training and two faced. Low pay for the loads avg 130 to 200 a day. Weekly 800 bring home..
Decent equipment 72 avg speed
Poor managment, no communication, dispatch over worked favoritism
Driver (Current Employee) – Ignacio, CO – February 17, 2018
had a route which you did everyday. pretty relaxed day. management not too good. communication was a problem. didn't check current employees out too well. I am a perfectionist and like to get my vehicle clean and updated. don't think management cared or not.
Pricing Administrator (Former Employee) – Cudahy, WI – February 14, 2018
do not recommend, very confused management, have to have a thick skin, and very cut-throat, still using paper files, favoritism, confusion, and it was a horrible working environment, to many people in once space
Controller, Temperature Controlled Division (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 14, 2018
Roadrunner Transportation Systems provides very poor work-life balance. Corporate management consists of individuals with no transportation industry experience. Their expectations are unrealistic and they refuse to listen to those in the field that actually know.
good people locally
Benefits aren't the best. Unrealistic Expectations. Poor work-life balance.
Night Operations Supervisor I (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 1, 2018
My terminal was ok. But that being said it was a watch your back place to work. All upper management in the place was out to make sure they did not catch any heat. Made my job very hard to do without loyal people to back me up.
Regional Driver (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 1, 2018
Sit in the truck alot getting two 34 hour resets a week alot of the time. Poor communication and the fleet manager I have doesn't show interest in making me money get the most awful loads sit in California 3 days to deliver watching drug deals ECT . When I go home then come back I get real poor loads that put me behind not ahead very stressfull an edgy.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Decatur, GA – August 14, 2017
Mangers sucks the whole dock systems sucks they do not do anything thing for their employees you really can't grow from company they treat you like slaves the dock job is horrible so is the way they handle business they couldn't ship nothing for me you have to be down on your luck to work there
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – August 12, 2017
They are in no way capable to train or understand how to run an LTL operation the management team is expected to everything form coding bills to figuring out what kind of routes will be loaded . There is not a single driver that works for the company and most dock hands are part time with poor coverage
no understanding the importance of managing the floor
Productive Team that has fun in a fast paced environment
Credit and Collections Specialist (Current Employee) – Cudahy, WI – August 6, 2017
A typical day at work cannot be described as each day brings a new experience as we deal with hundreds of Customers. I have learned new systems to Manage Accounts, and process payments. We have a supportive Management Team. We have a friendly workplace. Credit / Collections is a challenging position due to the volume of Customers and Accounts touched daily. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with my Team and other Departments to obtain the same goal, Internal and External Customer Satisfaction.