AZ Driver (Former Employee), Windsor, ON – May 26, 2014
Cons: long hours
Being on the road was enjoyable but the hours can get too you. Management and co-workers will all good to work with and for. I learned a lot on the road with all kinds of suppliers and border crossing. The hours just seemed to long. Seen a lot on the road and started too worry about my safety, that is why I got off the road and went to the factory.
very laid back and cool place to work....very fun!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Georgetown, KY – May 27, 2014
Pros: work on your time, laid back, friendly people.
Cons: new management with an attitude towards certain individual..
transfreight is cool and i really mean that. The place has some down home people their that are straight shooters and friendly. You're pretty much your own boss throughout the day because the job is simple. the only time you'll see management is when freight comes up missing or not there. But, on the other hand no job is perfect!...be it a small thing – more... or major, my gripe was with new boss who had some ways that rubbed everybody the wrong way and people started leaving such as myself. Overall though, good place to start. You can't go wrong with an atmosphere like transfreight has. – less
SAFETY&SECURITY COORDINATOR (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – March 5, 2013
As a Safety and Security Coordinator, I integrated Human Resources and Safety & Security Departments personnel to assure the company’s home office, automobiles, and trucks remained in compliance according to OSHA and company safety regulations. I monitored records for 12 terminals including driver accidents and suspensions; processed worker’s compensation – more... claims, drug and alcohol test, employment applications, and accident reports.
The hardest part of this job was visiting and evaluating fatal accident sites. – less
Logistics Operations Manager (Former Employee), Huntsville, AL – November 17, 2012
Pros: limited micro-management
Cons: pay, training
This was my first "real" job out of college and I am blessed to have worked for them. They are a great company that values family life. Pay for performance could be better and benefits are not the best but overall a good company!
very unorganized company they never take the blame for their mistakes
DRIVER (Former Employee), TIPP CITY – July 27, 2012
Cons: plenty of paperwork calls driver constantly while on the road they lied about the pay
they pay bi-weekly and they dont tell you that up front they dont keep up the maintenance on their trucks, the pay isnt nearly enough you have to bid on jobs every month & thats not fair it suppose to go by senority but for some reason everytime they got to me I had to take what was left for instance no consistance work hours for instance mon had to – more... be in at 1;3O AM TUES BE IN AT 3;OOAM WED 4;3O THUR 2;30 FRI 3;30 NEVER COULD GET THE SAME SCHEDULE,IN ORIENTATION THEY MAKE IT SOUND ALL GOOD INSURANCE PRICES WAS TOO EXPENSIVE & NOTGOOD BENEFITS AT ALL OVER $100. EVERY PAY WEEK THIS IS ONE OF THE WORST TRUCKING COMPANYS OUT HERE NTB NATIONAL TRUCK BROKERS IS WAY BETTER THE CANADIAN DRIVERS GET WAY MORE PAY! BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! – less
forklift (Former Employee), georgetown ky – January 30, 2012
Pros: fast pace, decent pay
Cons: no leadership
It was a fast paced cross dock for Toyota, time was everything and so was atention to detail. The lack of leadership from the teamleaders made it very hard to keep the moral up. Despite that it was very challenging and always changing. not a bad job but my family grew so my income had to grow also