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I have been working at A. Duie Pyle part-time (Less than a year)
- Easy to work extra hours - Easy to get time off as a part-timer - Not too strict with coming in right on time; forgiving and understanding - Nice working environment; people are friendly and don't cause drama
- Pay rates less than average; and they really work you for it - Part-timers don't get much of a break - Difficult to get information from supervisors - Some supervisors don't know what they're doing - Lack of a sense of professionalism - Company is behind in terms of technology - Hours are not totally consistent; you could end up working a 9 hour shift as a part-timer just because they aren't done and need more help
Advice to Management
If you want this company to make more money or to survive in general, there must be a sense of professionalism to prevent claims and damage to freight. People need to care more about their jobs and doing them well. Some workers really do well, but there are too many that don't care, and their work shows it. There has to be a better sense of serving the customers. Pyle is an enjoyable place to work, but if they can't whip themselves into shape, their future will remain questionable as a company.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at A. Duie Pyle (Northborough, MA) in March 2014.
Lenghty but worth
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A. Duie Pyle has piled up a collection of transportation-related businesses. The company's services include less-than-truckload (LTL) and truckload freight hauling, warehousing, third-party logistics, and equipment leasing. (LTL carriers consolidate freight from multiple shippers into a single trailer.) A. Duie Pyle's LTL business operates primarily in the Northeast US and in Canada from a network of more than 15 service depots. The LTL unit maintains a fleet of about 790 tractors and 1,800 trailers; another 325 tractors for heated truckload hauling. The company ...