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3 days ago

Equipment Coordinator – new

U.S. Xpress Chattanooga, TN

• Incumbent is responsible to seat and unseat all trucks • Coordinate with Fleet Manager at his/her service center to ensure the proper seating and… U.S. Xpress

5 days ago

SR Database Administrator

U.S. Xpress Chattanooga, TN

• Extensive hands-on experience with AlwaysOn, SQL Server Failover Clustering, and relevant high availability and disaster recovery features of… U.S. Xpress

5 days ago

Account Analyst

U.S. Xpress Chicago, IL

• Develop and maintain strong customer relationships to allow for the greatest opportunities in generating the highest level of freight order… U.S. Xpress

5 days ago

Orientation Assistant

U.S. Xpress Olive Branch, MS

• Enter driver questionnaires and general information into personnel files. Collect all driver paper documents for drivers files and send to… U.S. Xpress

5 days ago

Intern - Customer Support

U.S. Xpress Tempe, AZ

• Testing department or area processes to ensure controls or methods work as designed. • Reviewing and evaluating USX processes and methods… U.S. Xpress

5 days ago

Carrier Sales Representative

U.S. Xpress Tempe, AZ

Coordinate the successful movement of loads as the customer requires by setting pickup and delivery appointments, tracking loads, performing carrier… U.S. Xpress

U.S. Xpress Reviews

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U.S. Xpress Co-Chairman, CEO, and Secretary Max L. Fuller
Max L. Fuller
55 Ratings

    Great people but terrible management and policies

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    Former Employee - Operations in Chattanooga, TN
    Former Employee - Operations in Chattanooga, TN

    I worked at U.S. Xpress


    Decent pay but not worth the hassle.


    In Operations, they do not put you in a place to succeed. Keep over cramming the system with freight and expect you to make it happen. They then tell you if you can't do it, they'll get someone who will. Training is non-existent. They show you the basics of a new program then tell you to "work with it" once you're on the job.

    They don't care about the people, only the weekly revenue.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train people more, and treat them like human beings. Stop with the threats if they can't pound ten pounds of crap in a five pound sack!

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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