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JAS Worldwide Chicago, IL

include the following: •Prepare/coordinate the necessary documentation for the efficient, cost-effective and lawful execution of all ocean export… JAS Worldwide

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JAS Worldwide Atlanta, GA

include monitoring AMS and ISF Filings for accuracy, problem resolution, and analyzing reporting data. Should have excellent organization skills, be… JAS Worldwide

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JAS Worldwide Atlanta, GA

- Communication with JAS Overseas offices, operation and sales, regarding any issues reported and keep them informed until issues are resolved… JAS Worldwide

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JAS Worldwide Shanghai

• Maintain extensive knowledge of services offered and charges applicable to the route to maintain competitive edge. • Organize functions for… JAS Worldwide

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JAS Worldwide Shanghai

o Coordinator is to run and report quote-desk activity to the respective field in order to measure quote success and… JAS Worldwide

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JAS Worldwide Shanghai

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Managing a team of RDM strategically located in the country. • Develop with Product new services to increase volumes… JAS Worldwide

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    A How-To for the wrong way to run a company.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at JAS Worldwide full-time (more than a year)


    There are very few Pros working at JAS. The health benefits are still decent, especially in this time of rapidly deteriorating coverage and stratospheric prices.
    There is massive opportunity to try new things and expand your role, but do not expect compensation or recognition for excellence, unless it makes an executive look good. Even then, your role as an innovator is co-opted by the execs. The only positive part is that in such a Wild West environment, you can learn skills that will be valuable in your next job...which you are probably searching for already.
    The other positive is the low-level people and the rare manager who are competent, quality people, stuck in the job because of personal circumstances or economic reasons. These people are the only real reason to go to work, as their support of each other is what keeps you going in your role. It is inspiring to see what can be done by good, intelligent, ethical workers, in the face of great adversity. In a better environment, these people would be unstoppable.


    -Cronyism: Have an elitist attitude, the right image, the right friends and the world is your oyster, regardless of your education, ability, competence or ethics.
    -Strict adherence to policies: Only if you are NOT part of the in-crowd. If you are a current golden boy, the rules don't apply to you.
    -The Ivory Tower: In a company so small, it is shocking how disconnected the C levels are from the employees. They surround themselves with personal comforts and the trappings of luxury, while the employees toil away in cubes, in a tomb-like environment, as making noise or being noticed is more likely to bring wrath than recognition. From parking privileges to personal bathrooms, the Execs make it known that they are better than everyone in their employee. All that when staff are under-paid and the only way to get a raise is to threaten to leave. If you DO manage to get a raise via this method, you have marked yourself for elimination at the first, barely legal, opportunity; no matter how useful and productive you are.

    The most toxic environment I have ever had the displeasure of working in.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look in a mirror. If JAS was a publicly held company, would stockholders actually put up with your behavior and decisions? Prospective employees are baited in with promises of "going public", but such a thing would be personally damaging to the livelihoods of the C-levels. No one is going to get themselves voted out of a job that they could not possibly have in a real company.
    Listen to the competent people in the organzation and not the sycophants and "yes-men". Hire and promote people that are better then yourselves, instead of being afraid to hire someone who might make you look bad and take your job. Quite possibly that could be the pressure you need to improve yourself and in the process make JAS a better place to work.

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