Overall Reviews at YRC Freight
Truck Driver | Mount Vernon, NY | Oct 2, 2019
No recreaction room just a driver room
Job is Organized with there pick up and delivery. problem would be the seniority doesn't allow any over time to develop for a new driver coming in.The management may force unattractive position on new driver that may led up to that driver wanting to resigning
Trainer | Chicago Heights, IL | Nov 22, 2019
I am thankfull for my years and experies i gain from YRC CORP.
YRC was a very productive company .It was a company that was fast pace ,you always had to be aware or your work area for safety reason .I was one of the crew members that was selected to help with safety traing and new ideas .what I love the most about my 26 years of services is you be come one big family .later on in my years of services I was also selected for new employees training and with my knowledge of haze material training to teach this as well.In moving forward I would love to take my knowledge and share with other companies .
Regional Coordinator | Overland Park, KS | Nov 19, 2019
Would rehire if given the opportunity
YRC was a great place to work. The culture and people are amazing. My personal management always had respect for me as a professional and trusted me. The culture is very family oriented and we all really felt like a family. When issues arose, we all worked together to solve the problem. I can't say enough about how much I loved my 15 years at YRC and will miss it and the people a lot. I was involved in a reduction in force with a layoff on November 6, 2019
Customer Service Representative | Taylor, MI | Apr 25, 2020
Company out for their selves
So much drama and poor management/admin staff. Trust no one. They say one thing and do another. Plays favoritism and do things to benefit themselves instead of what should be done
Dock Worker | Bloomington, CA | Dec 16, 2019
Do not recommend
The environment at YRC Freight is very hostile. Lots of hostility between union members. A large divide between senior employees and junior employees. There is no real order within this company. Management is very dysfunctional and disrespectful towards employees. The only perk is the benefits-you don’t pay for them.
Shop Supervisor | Nashville, TN | Dec 10, 2019
Good people, job challenging, directly involved in new changes!
Schedule is the most challenging of all of but there are certifications and time to study for classes if you have good time management skills!
And Yes, I would go back!
Safety Manager | Corpus Christi, TX | Jan 12, 2020
Good company , needs management overhaul
Management not trained for the challenge, experienced workers overcome all challenges at this unionized facilities on their own. Union workers won’t comply with SOPs.
Dock Worker | Richfield, OH | Feb 17, 2020
Not good bad management
Bunch of lazy union workers looking for free money people dont help others some do and alot dont work environment it hot summer and freezing in winter its dirty u breathe all of it in
Customer Service Representative | Urbandale, IA | Feb 13, 2020
Don't trust management
Terrible company to work for
Values production over quality
Doesn't value team members
No work life balance
No chance to grow
Forklift Operator | St. Louis, MO | Aug 20, 2019
I absolutely loved working at YRC as a forklift operator,
YRC has many shift option and great pay with automatic overtime pay for working anything or 8 hours in a given shift. Not over 40 hours for the week but for the day.
Once you complete 30 day probation period you are inducted into the teamsters union. All benefits are paid for at no cost to you. All the employees are very helpful and will share thier wisdom and training.
Management is very safety conscious, want you to succeed and encourage you to build up your skill set.
There are some inconsistencies on do’s and don’ts during your probation period.