Overall Reviews at DB Schenker Logistics
Forklift Operator | Shippensburg, PA | Oct 27, 2019
Favoritism among leadership. Scapegoat common. Fired for nothing with no recourse.
Leadership was unprofessional. They would sexually harass younger women via verbal and physical actions. They fire good employees due to false and unproven claims. Management's word overrules all. Employees get fired for nothing, often for using the machines how the manufacturer instructs.
ProsFour days on-three off, switches every week.
ConsUnfair and condescending leadership.
Export Manager | Neenah, WI | Aug 25, 2018
Working for the same employer for 27 years has allowed me to grow and be a part of who I am today. Over the years, I've learned that change is important and you must embrace it to suceed.
transshipment cargo and International countries | Miami, FL | Jul 9, 2018
stressful and lack of team work
they are cute throat, nasty people.
they don't appreciate your effort and they lie to you in regards to hiring you permanent. they fill out papers and then they have you work 8 month 12 months and lie about the process.
Material Handler | Hillsboro, OR | May 6, 2018
Logistics and transporting, decent place to work, benefits are good, (depending on posion) good pay. A variaty of positions available.
I worked for 9 month it was a good run, started optimisticly. Overtime realized the work demand and hours weren't well met with the pay grade. Eventually i was let go for attendance issues. 8 tardes with in 9 months. Compact shifts are available 12hr shifts 3 to 4 times per week. 3 to 4 days off! Paid weekly. Some nice and attractive people.one hour lunch breaks. SAFETY! Is a way of life in SCHENKER. Raises are based on a variety factors, work performance being one of them. Overall it's a decent place.
ProsBenefits, hours, beautiful people, good cooks
ConsStrict rules you must comply with. Some people, long hours, long periods of standing and walking wirh steel toe boots.
Inventory Control Specialist | Ontario, CA | Sep 3, 2019
Pressured and stressing
Need improvement on managing people. Workload should be balance between 1st and 2nd shift. Expired/ damaged merchandise are everywhere. Not properly disposed or stocked in one place. Aisle 6 racks is the dumping ground for damaged items
Traffic Coordinator | Schaumburg, IL | Aug 26, 2019
High volume, high stress work flow, but very exciting industry to work in.
I learned a lot about importing and exporting goods working at DBS, and though there can be many days that I am mentally drained there is always something new and exciting that I learn everyday in this industry.
Export Manager | Pittsburgh, PA | Jan 20, 2019
Worldwide coverage and resources. Able to react to Global business in a diverse worldwide economy. Good ethics and a culture environment organization.
ProsCoverage and resources
Operations Supervisor | Edwardsville, IL | May 4, 2018
Ready, Set, Mandatory Overtime,
Not an overall bad place to work, don't expect much from the micro:managers other than lots of mandatory days. From the General manager on down vary manipulative and unscrupulous business practices
ProsLots of company apparel
ConsLabor management standards set at levels to make unsafe work environment rampant, Mandatory overtime 12 hour shifts
Junior Account Manager | Junior, WV | Jan 9, 2020
The best courier or logistics company to date.
whit the culture , and benefits , work ethics and the people.
I would gladly go back should anything pop up
Pros50 percent medical aid and 100percent bonus
Customer Service Representative | Ocean, NC | Dec 17, 2019
it's a friendly and fun place to work in.
Overall it's a good place to work. My manager is very supportive in allowing us to advance to other departments if we choose to do so. Everyone is willing to come to work.