Senior Manager, Human Resources (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 20, 2018
Solid organization with people who genuinely want to perform well at all levels. the organization has had several competing initiatives with employees not being trained to handled them making it difficult for some.to do basic job functions.
Logistics Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 19, 2018
XPO does not have god work life balance. The position are alway changing and management need tells you that something has been added until a write up is given. Management in OKC is not equal to all employees and is discriminatory against other ethnicities and genders. Not a reputable company.
Freight Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Greencastle, PA – March 19, 2018
good pay, however there is favoritism and a true lack of care for the employees a person literally has to put in a schedule change request to simply leave work after physically working an 8 hour day already. IF the manager denies it is an attendance occurrence which is disciplinary
management seemingly does not care about the line level employees anymore
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – March 19, 2018
XPO is a great place to work. Multiple accounts that provide some of the best Supply Chain services in the business. Unfortunatly, the current account I am on, does not let you grow. Oppurtunities that come up, they pass you by. Work/home balance is not an option here. This is due to lack of Management. A better structure would bring a better performance from the team members and from Salary people.
Oppurtunity to learn how a non forcasted account works.
Logistics Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – March 18, 2018
Ensure effective and timely implementation of all Logistics daily operational goals inclusive of Shipping functions and Inventory Management. Develop and initiate monthly reports having required project timelines, corporate metrics and productivity measurements. Support inventory management consisting of reconciling and maintaining of finished goods inventory by SKU along with lot date. Oversee and monitor availability of stock to reduce shortages. Ensure to process orders and on-time delivery by network of courier companies and warehouses. Plan and arrange logistics required shipments. Support simplification and standardization of processes to accelerate logistics and enhance efficiencies. Identify enhancement opportunities and suggest solutions for improvement to top management.
District General Manager (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 17, 2018
P&L ownership at all levels. Results matter at XPO and we accomplish this by working in a collaborative manner. We understand leaders work to influence other's behavior to accomplish company objectives.
WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR II (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 16, 2018
XPO was Jacobson Companies when I began my tenure. My experiences with XPO were solid. I generally felt that I had the support I needed to succeed. I would definitely say this was a solid place to work
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Freeport, TX – March 15, 2018
This place (EXPO in Freeport Tx) is run by all women in the office and all they do is micro manage you. If you don't do exactly what they want they can stop giving you work. They bring their personal issues to work with them and take it out on the drivers. These women have no training or experience in this kind of work but yet are hired to run the place. The self employed drivers are told there is no forced dispatch but yet when you say you cant go to the dispatch they hold it against you or don't give you any dispatches at all. When you try to contact someone above them about the issues at hand, they don't contact you back or don't answer. If you like working for petty emotional egotistical micro managing women this is the job for you!!
Dispatcher/Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – March 14, 2018
Working at XPO was a great experience, I learned a lot, and the environment was great! The Manager at the time was exceptional and she was always there to help the team. I would still be there if I didn't have to relocate.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30354 – March 13, 2018
I would not recommend working in the LTL division of XPO Logistics. The leadership changes all the time. The company's vision changes from year to year and it's all about the numbers. They say customer's are number one, but all they are concerned about is making the money at any expense.