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28 days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Contributes to technical design, including high-level conceptual diagram, ERD, service contracts… Echo Global Logistics

28 days ago

Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Understands and collaborates with senior engineers to adhere to solution designs Principal… Echo Global Logistics

3 days ago

Manager of Internal Audit – new

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

• Manage and perform audits, overseeing multiple audits at a one time • Build trusted relationships with senior leaders and with the… Echo Global Logistics

26 days ago

Front End Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Boston, MA

Principal Accountability | Software Development • Develops with an awareness for team members needs • Creates cross browser, multi-platform… Echo Global Logistics

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    Current Employee - Client Sales Executive  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Client Sales Executive in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Echo Global Logistics full-time for more than a year


    Fun Work environment
    Central location
    Young office atmosphere


    terrible commission structure, favoritism, unprofessionalism, competitive price driven market, difficult customer base to work with.

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    Management needs to set a better base with the expectations they have on employees. This is a stressful job in an unreliable industry. We are expected to close accounts, manage accounts, track our shipments, do all of our accounting and service our customers like they are our only ones all while making 35,000 a yr. The work environment is fun but the blatant favoritism of certain reps whom have not worked hard enough to earn the accounts that have been handed to them without anything to do with the sell-close process is so flagrant; all of your employees know who deserves to be rewarded for their hard work and who are given accounts they did not earn nor deserve

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