Avis d'employé sur XPO Logistics
Great team Horrible Management. work flow was good my days where wed to sunday good hours but as i said management where not fair also they didnt pay me overtime
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Day shift had 6 people doing the jobs of double that. Night dispatchers were so stressed out they constantly made mistakes. 4 different mangers that would pass the buck to each other then turn off their phones. Very poor employee retention. No focus on fixing reoccuring problems, just on getting through the day. Treated their most loyal workers so poorly they left. Dispatchers blamed for not being able to contact drivers with no/full voicemails. Swaying focus on office issues without acknowledging the root issue i.e. "Please take your break" "Complete daily surveys" "check all emails and voicemail" no one to cover your station/written up for missing calls while handling surveys/not enough staff to take calls while listening to all voicemails. Paid below industry standard even after min wage went up. Had regional bosses come out to blow hot air at us and fired the employee who kept bringing up pay.
occasional free food
Lean Staffing, low pay, bad management
With my time with this company, I have learned about Customs Import and Export paperwork process and Customer Service. I have also used by my existing skills from previous places of employment and my recent diploma from Louis Riel Arts Technology Centre. I have taken courses with this Company with their On Line XPO University Program. I enjoy working with the people and the different work Incentives the company offers. There is a lot to learn and room for advancement.
Reach Goals we receive coupons or lunch
Evening Shift and very busy office.
toxic environment, poor senior and middle management, no direction, no values or culture, Owner only cares about profits NOT people,and what they contribute to the company, ALL lip service and lies....
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