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    I voluntarily resign because they hire bias supervisors and consistently add to an employee's workload.

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    Former Employee - Material Handler  in  Chattanooga, TN
    Former Employee - Material Handler in Chattanooga, TN

    I worked at Ryder System full-time for less than a year


    The best reason to work for Ryder is to have a job in today's tough job market. They do offer a steady paycheck each week. Every now and again lunch is served to the entire staff.


    I did not like how management contradicts statements they make in meetings. Each day management speaks of safety and speed limits on fork trucks, but do not enforce their statements during the shift. Actually, the safest drivers are considered unproductive and usually assigned to other jobs.

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    Hire supervisors who take pride in performance and fairness. I noticed some of the supervisors to be bias toward select workers and favor others. Some rules don't apply to select people. Too many times, issues that are discussed in meetings and forgotten about shortly after the meetings. If an issue and a solution is brought-up in a meeting, follow through with the same intentions throughout the shifts.

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