C.H. Robinson Employee Reviews
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Huge problem with code of conduct with their employees and payroll. NEVER RECOMMEND TO WORK IN THIS COMPANY
Such a shame for a company to NOT pay to their employees when they are in stress leave due to burn out of work flow. Uneducated and awful management team , not understanding at all, never pay attention to employees and just want profit and profit. Strongly recommend to NEVER work for this company.They caused me to leave the country because they don'pay my rights. I never had such an experience in my life!
Very unsatisfied after years with the company. Incredibly tone deaf to skills, commitment, or loyalty. I did present business plans to four different people at leadership positions to improve sales. No follow up whatsoever. Complete waste of time.
Not recommending customs dept. at all.Poor salary, your efforts are not appreciated, messy, stressful,the management is fake, they talk nicely but act as it is suitable for them.No advancements. No proper trainings as everybody is or pretending to be busy.Employees are not motivated to work and the customer service is pooooor.You may negotiate a better salary or you will be stack with the same salary for the rest of your days at CH.
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A typical day begins with high levels of stress. It's a rough environment to be in, although, there are good people that work there, it's the nature of the beast for it to be miserable at times. Crazy hours: 730-530 Mon-Fri. Required to work after hours. Personal Cell number must be included in e-mail for after-hours availability.
EXTREMELY long hours; no work/life balance
Working in the customs department has exposed me to many different scenarios and has educated me more than my previous engagements. We worked in a team environment where everyone was knowledgeable. The hardest and greatest part of the job was thinking on your feet. It was enjoyable as it forced you to learn and research new things to improve. Everyone is casual and down to earth; there is a laid back office culture. Management is great and lets you work independently. A typical day at work would have me processing entries for all modes of transport, consulting with customers on tariffs and classification, and doing a variety of other tasks for compliance and review of our department's work. Overall, it is a very positive experience.
Great opportunities for learning
Not enough opportunities to progress in customs operations
Good place for people are new industry, good team environment, exposure to industry in freight forwarding. working great in coordination of team. AAAA++++++ management gives learning experience.
Bright healthy environment
Some days are slow
Since the CFO retired it was very stressful to work there. Then the accounting department that I was in charge of went from 5 people to just me. The accounting department closed and was moved to the USA.
40 hour work week and more at month end / year ends
Far away from home
C.H. Robinson Project Logistics, Mississauga Branch. Always busy and short staff. Lack of knowledge of the Branch Manager. No flexibility from management no matter how hard you work. No appreciation from branch manager. Old school management. Hire people without experience to pay them less. Employees leave after short period of time because of poor management. No room for moving up. No bonus at all no matter how much you generate revenue during the year.
Only job security because they are always short staff
Working long hours without pay, Too much stress, no appreciation or flexibility from management team
Upon arrival, the first task is to track your board, following up with the whereabouts of the shipments you are following. the remainder of the day is making sure everything is set for customs clearance, and delivery, and to finish, invoice clients for shipments that are completed.
Friendly and caring environment
lack of training.