Dispatcher in Forest Park, GA
SEKO was a good company to work for
I enjoyed working for SEKO most of the time. The pay was good and most of the people that I worked with were the reason I enjoyed going to work every day. The only draw back was that I was on call almost every night. I worked in dispatch. If it were for being on call all the time without being paid for it I would have probably stayed with SEKO.
Logistics Coordinator in Elkridge, MD
more like working with family than coworkers
more like working with family than coworkers. everyone is willing to help you no matter the department. always a laugh. they are willing to train you.
Forklift Operator in Philadelphia, PA
2 of 3 managers quit and owner refused to hire new ones thinking he could keep the place afloat and you can guess the rest. Poor treatment of employees and favorites are played. I’ve seen people laid off for coming in 5 minutes late while he employs another who comes in 2 hours late everyday and sleeps in his chair. Steer clear, you can find better work.
Dispatcher in Louisville, KY
No where to go
There's no where to go. Dead end. Benefits are horrible and expensive. Useless people keep their job while hard work is not rewarded. Plan to do multiple people's job. Accountability doesn't exist. No experience required. You don't have to be good at your job, just show up most of the time and have a decent excuse when you don't. You will not get a raise!
Dispatcher in Nashville, TN
Good starting place for Logistics.
Management is OK. Managerial judgment can be fragile in regard to Human Resources type decisions. Benefits are high priced. The office has multiple areas of Logistical departments which makes for a good place to begin your Logistics career.