Collections Specialist (Former Employee) – altoona pa – March 8, 2018
its okay place to work, low pay and everyone has at least two jobs but the people are really nice there and the hours are steady. I left due to a very long commute and low wages it no longer made sense to work there because they don't really give good raises.
Logistics Solutions Manager (Current Employee) – Altoona, PA – March 27, 2018
I've been here almost 2 years now and it's been challenging at times, but people really listen to you and upper management is just a call away. A very forward thinking company - some stragglers stuck in the stone age, but things get done here. Seems like there is a lot of room for advancement. I didn't have the highest expectations of Ward but it's been 2 years and I couldn't be happier!
No 401K match. Do profit sharing, but I'd rather have the guaranteed match
Executive Director (Current Employee) – Altoona, PA – March 27, 2018
You are not a number here. Treated like family. Not that families don't disagree but the company is always willing to listen to both sides. The company is always recognizing employees for safety, seniority, performance, and wellness.
Family owned, in business 86 years, never missed a paycheck, profit sharing
The job work balance level was bad. I and couldn't believe , there was no 401 k match plan wow. they were unprofessional if you told you boss personal info . It will leak back to you . if you need something fix's it would take all week . the hardest part of the job is there never on time with your route getting loaded up .
Forklift Operator/Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – March 2, 2018
Loved working for this company. the managment is awesome as well as your co-workers. Fast paced environment with safety first always in effect. Money was generous as is the bonuses. A place where your work is always appreiciated. Your effort will never goe unnoticed.
Forklift Driver (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 10, 2018
What i learned at my job, was how to operate a forklift. Also how to load trailer trucks properly and quickly. The workplace culture there was quick paced and stressful, trucks needed to loaded in a quick a timely fashion.
Non CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Easton, PA – February 10, 2018
long hours between 10-14 hours a day pay is below average with no ot offered all straight time management thinks they are above the rules some newer equipment but a lot of older stuff. dispatch cant seem to answer a phone call but will text you and tell you don't bother them.
Driver (Current Employee) – Bensalem, PA – November 3, 2017
Mandatory Wellness testing they called voluntary if you don't do it you are fined $800 if you're an individual if you're married and neither of you submit to their blood work test you would be fined $1,600. I will leave this company as I will not work for somebody who extorts money from their employees don't ever work for Ward Trucking the worst trucking company on the planet
Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 12, 2017
Managers and supervisors were cool. There is no organization what so ever. This place is a mess (Bensalem terminal) freight is damaged on a daily without a care. Trucks are loaded very dangerously and incorrectly.. coming from supervisor when he tell you to do something that you know isn't right.
Inbound Supervisor (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – April 13, 2017
Good company to work for. I worked with Ward for 7 yrs. Started out on the dock and worked my way up to Inbound Supervisor. I was able to move about the company to different positions allowing me to learn more and be more of an asset to the company.
Driver (Former Employee) – Bensalem, PA – February 9, 2017
you are just a number, they let good drivers go. Operations manager who deals with the drivers is horrible, be careful he might spit on you while he's dipping. They need to update operations and fix doors so forklift drivers don't freeze in the winter. Work on damages and injuries like hitting people with the forklifts. Owner seems nice.