YRC Freight


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12 days ago

Driver Recruiter

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

YRC Freight, one of the largest trucking companies in the U.S. with 3.2 billion in annual revenues and more than 20,000 employees in 250 locations… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Class A CDL Road Driver

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

Road Drivers obtain their assignments and inspect their loads, paperwork, and the equipment prior to leaving the facility. Road Drivers operate… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Terminal Operations Manager – new

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

• Direct and coordinate operations to obtain optimum use of equipment, facilities and personnel to meet customer needs. • Ensure necessary… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Operations Trainee

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

• Be trained to supervise and direct all activities of dockworkers and other support staff engaged in the loading and unloading of freight… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mechanic - Tractor/Trailer Mechanic

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

The primary function of a Tractor/Trailer Mechanic is to inspect, repair and maintain, in a safe, efficient, timely, cost-effective and practical… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Dock Supervisor

YRC Freight Bloomington, CA

• Supervise and direct all activities of dockworkers and other support staff engaged in the loading and unloading of freight. • Prepare and plans… Glassdoor

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James Welch
55 Ratings

    Once a Good company. Now a struggling company

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    Former Employee - Operations Manager in Tulsa, OK
    Former Employee - Operations Manager in Tulsa, OK

    I worked at YRC Freight full-time (more than 10 years)


    For the most part a good environment. Each facility is fairly small so it is somewhat like a small business.


    The company is a merger of Roadway and Yellow Freight. Due to some poor decisions in aggressive growth by buying up companies the two were forced to merge operations to cut cost. The company was losing money and selling off property to survive. What once was a company that had a great training program began a company with almost no training. Bonuses gone, salary cut across the board. Still pretty good pay but not what people were looking for that had a lot of experience with the company. Future was pretty dim when I left in 2012. Looks like they may be turning the corner but not a place that is going to have any real growth for a long time.

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    Continue to hire young people and develop them. Will need to build a new talent base at a lower cost.

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