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Dockhand Driver

Schenker, Inc. Chicago, IL

Responsible for loading, unloading, and sorting inbound and outbound freight shipments. Also responsible for pick up and delivery of inbound and… TopUSAJobs

18 days ago

Account Executive Sr

Schenker, Inc. Chicago, IL

Responsible for establishing, maintaining, and selling international products within a defined territory. Principal Accountabilities (The following… TopUSAJobs

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Schenker President and CEO Heiner Murmann
Heiner Murmann
21 Ratings

    Horrible then the illusion of being good.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Chesapeake, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chesapeake, VA

    I have been working at Schenker full-time for more than 3 years


    Coworkers now that the negative ones are gone and only after moving offices this year the building. I enjoy my actual work and occasionally feel important but it's frustrating at times. There are opportunities for overtime as long as you are willing to handle projects outside your normal duties.


    Management tells you what they think you want to hear just to keep you but when faced with you actually leaving those words are quickly forgotten and all the work you did and feeling like you meant something to the company are just lies. It's amazing how much needed/needs to be fixed in accounting areas when you consider the size of the company. There is no communication between departments and when things go wrong they look at the last person that touched it. Not enough people in a department to cover someone being out so time off may be granted but you will come back to all te work that came in for you while you were off.

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    If you truly value your employees prove it. Set clear lines of communication.

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