Another Family-owned operation gone south
When beginning at Smart, things seem promising. The opportunities for advancement for a "start-up" company that has existed for 14+ years... however, the mentality of how they run their business has kept them there. This is no Tier 1 or any Tier 3PL by any means; their "custom" approach of servicing customers leaves favoritism if you pay enough or - more... are in direct contact with Business Development or Smart's CEO. While employed, you can be certain that the company will expect you work until everything is completed due to shakily-built customer contracts, inventory is a considerable joke due to l ... - less
ProsCould be a great company.
ConsExtensive hours, no work-life balance, cut-throat environment