Terminal Manager (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – 23 March 2017
Makes sure receive scan for product for a customer is completed, make sure all routes are covered and every item is checked off. Maintain the everyday work flow. Learned how to deal with different people and there culture with this job which made me more understanding. Never know what corporate is up to. They are trying to make things right but can never tell us the truth to what is really going on. The hardest would be the long hours put in everyday. The most enjoyable would be the people I deal with.
No cost of living raise in 6 year, long hours (13 hrs. avg)
You are rushed from the time you get to work, until the time you get off. Your route is rarely ever easy. They do not pay good. There is no organization whatsoever. The management has no clue as to what they are managing.
Finance Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 19 August 2017
Poor leadership that has lead to a corrosive company culture.
Bleak outlook for growth and prosperity largely hampered by the lack of liquidity, contraction of profitable businesses, and the unwillingness of senior leadership to adjust quickly to a rapidly changing environment to meet demands of competitive low margin industry.
Driver (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – 19 August 2017
Have fun driving, and meeting new people thing only thing I didn't like was you sign a contract for a route but they did abide about it. Not enough money for the work like we living off our check as the other getting rich
Courier (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 4 August 2017
the time you arrive depends on your shift. My area always had breakfast for us and would have our work load preset for us. Communication was top notch never really had a problem with anything plus we also had a basket ball hoop to play on if we where done plus the boss would always give any extra work for more money if it was available
your on your own and all you needed was a car and the beavex polo
A typical day at work go in at 5:30 A.M and sign in pack up all my shipment orders then sign for them and deliver them too locations. What I learned is how to scan items load and unload big vehicles scan for ever item then get signatures from nurses or doctors.
Prepare Itemmized delivery sheet for products to be delivered and pick up from the assigned route.Grouping and routing deliveries according to thedesigned route. Scan information such as name, address of the account.type medicine number,
INTEROFFICE MAIL COURIER (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 13 July 2017
Nice environment. The workplace was very laid back. You didnt have to deal with too many people on a daily basis, so I would recommend for anyone who has a low tolerance for people. The software is a pain, but other than that was a great job. Employed as an Independent Contractor though, so you better remember to save your receipts and document mileage!
Medical Courier (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – 7 July 2017
A company not willing to pay the employees for the work they did. Not steady routes not dependable had to make a change to make better money. Bad management 2 companies trying to work together didn't do well
Its fun and happy most of the time. The biggest problem isnt working there it's dealing with the unforseen weather that pops up out of nowhere. Going to the hub to load up seeing friends is the best part of the day and all the week to tell ya the truth. And after you load up and hit the open road being by yourself is such a good feeling.
The Job was a contracting job, It started out good the hour was great but the were always finding way to cut your contracting salary. The hours was about six hour a day. Have to own your own cargo van or a box truck.
great working hours wasn't at work all day run the route deliver the product and go home.
Dispatcher/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Kernersville, NC – 31 May 2017
The wide range of clients served gives us opportunities for growth and development of new and diverse job skills.Customer satisfaction is the focus arrive at work with each and every day. The team that I work with is well suited ,personable and supportive of each other. We have fun while working hard to accomplish our daily goals and leave each day with a sense of knowing we have done a good day's work.
No pressure from overbearing management
Poor communication between some clients, vendor and our team