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2 days ago

Transportation Representative III – new

ES3 Keene, NH

Hire carriers to pick up and deliver freight on time while being conscientious of the freight margin Generate reports to support the Transportation… Percipio Media

3 days ago

Senior Regional GPS Manager – new

ES3 Newburgh, NY

C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc. , based in Keene, NH, is the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the U.S. and the industry leader in supply chain… Percipio Media

6 days ago

Automated Case Pick Generalist

ES3 York, PA

Maintain production levels and quality while keeping optimum safety standards and good housekeeping. Essential Functions Receiving : Confirm accuracy… Percipio Media

6 days ago

Warehouse Incentive Order Selector

ES3 York, PA

Ensure accuracy of work and adherence to production and safety standards. Use a headset to find individual items within warehouse. Remove full cases… Percipio Media

6 days ago

Senior Software Engineer-ES3 IT

ES3 Keene, NH

ES3 is an experienced team of third-party logistics experts, saving Consumer Packaged Goods manufacturers significant time and money every day. A… ES3

30+ days ago

Safety Specialist

ES3 York, PA

• Implement and maintains the Safety Program, safety files, procedures, programs, and records in compliance with regulatory agencies requirements… ES3

30+ days ago

Receiver, Freezer

ES3 York, PA

• Verify condition of product by company IQL standards. • Check inbound loads for product and quantity variances different than BOL’s… ES3

5 days ago

FTA Lift Operator (Reach Truck)

ES3 York, PA

• Manually lift pallets to move into place • Manually stock/pick cases of product into warehouse racks • May clean slots in warehouse racks… ES3

9 days ago

Unloader (Sit-down Forklift Operator)

ES3 York, PA

• Unload trucks of food products in a safe and accurate manner. • Use RF mobile computers. • Operate a electric double pallet jack and sit down… ES3

16 days ago

Manager, Inbound Transportation

ES3 Keene, NH

• Manage inbound operations for area of responsibility to meet profit and service level objectives • Develop new sources of backhaul revenue… ES3

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Dennis Senovich
7 Ratings

    The Stuff of Legend is only that--Legend

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    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Keene, NH
    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Keene, NH

    I worked at ES3 full-time (more than 5 years)


    I have to say that the best thing about working here was that the pressure formed great bonds with co-workers. Most of these crumble after leaving, because you managed to 'get out'. That said, while there, it was one of the greatest things ever. Everyone was in the same boat. Oh, and the vending machines accepted credit cards.


    Half-height cubicles; what felt like a 2-to-1 management ratio; and the need for a VP signature on everything up to and including bathroom passes. Scope creep like there's no tomorrow (and you will be told there isn't; that tomorrow has been cancelled.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I direct this comment directly to the patriarch: Sir, I've heard it said from countless individuals who've worked for you over 20 years that your company didn't used to be like this. In my time with the company--limited by comparison though it was--I observed several long-term employees ostracized for petty violations in an effort to usher them out the door because they attempted to warn management of various folly-ridden ideas that had already been attempted, and failed--sometimes years prior. Though I'm sure the reason was to eliminate the drain on company resources--from a strictly financial perspective, this makes total sense--it doesn't seem to hold up to the legacy your family has cultivated prior to the weighty-middle-management crisis you're grappling with today. Some of your 'lifers', sir, said you used to come right down and speak with them directly, as the people on the front line, and get their perspectives on why things would (or would not) work the way management expected. It's one of the things that by all accounts made you great. Sadly, sir, It is my understanding that this no longer appears to be the case. You've become isolated and abstracted by layer upon layer of useless middle management, each looking to shake things up or make their mark by making waves that attempt to cut through the noise of every other middle management member's attempts. You've lost many of your truly dedicated staff members to retirement, firing, or worse, and can only reap the benefits of the knowledge and experience of a few of those who remain, after years of their dedication to your company's success. I write this message now, sir, in order to make you aware of what I'm hoping you already know, and to encourage you to consider returning to the practices of legend, again trusting those who have served your family's business well for a decade or more. It is my hope that you would become disillusioned with the stories and abstractions your subordinates must be feeding you to continue maintaining the status quo in place of the reality that is day-to-day operations from the perspective of those who actually do the work (and not just shuffle paper, rattle cages, and bark orders). While I honestly do thank you for the opportunity to work for your company, I'm afraid that it has only really served to provide me a baseline on how much better it is most everywhere else I've had the pleasure of working. That said, I'm not sure that's the legacy you wish to leave. In any event, I do thank you for your time, and sincerely hope you have the chance to read this.

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