Roadrunner Transportation Systems

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Roadrunner Transportation Systems President, CEO, and Director Mark A. DiBlasi
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    People are great to work with

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    Pay could be better alot better

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    Value your employees

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    I applied online – interviewed at Roadrunner Transportation Systems.

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    I applied online that included a questionnaire with detailed questions about past experience. I was contacted for a phone interview a few weeks later. I was scheduled for an onsite interview one week after that. The environment I observed onsite seemed very hectic, disorganized, and stressful. I was greeted by a women at the front desk, who appeared to double as the company phone operator. I listened to her phone conversations while I waited for my interviewers. She answered about 15 calls in the 15-20 minutes I was there, and seemed to be doing the job of other departments including dispatching and claims management. I was impressed with her multi-tasking but it was obvious she was stretched way to thin. I was shocked to learn they were running a $1 Billion company out of that small office space. I'm sure this small of a staff leads to people working for many different departments at once.

    After my onsite interview I followed up with the recruiter several times. Around the Holiday season she responded that they had indefinitely placed the position on hold. I'm not sure why you would conduct interviews and then place a position on hold, but that's what happened. She said she would contact me if that changed, and she never did. I got the feeling after that this place in incredibly disorganized and not well managed. Unless you really need a job, I wouldn't recommend going through the interview process.

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    • How do you deal with environments where the pace of change is slow?   1 Answer

Roadrunner Transportation Systems Awards & Accolades

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Fortune's 100 Fastest-Growing Companies, Fortune Magazine, 2013
Wisconsin Large Company Growth Award, Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), 2013
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Website www.rrts.com
Headquarters Cudahy, WI
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Public (RRTS)
Industry Transportation & Logistics
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Roadrunner Transportation Systems is a fast-growing, non-asset based transportation and logistics service company that serves the $650B North American transportation market. We provide flexible and responsive supply-chain solutions by leveraging relationships with a diverse group of over 9,000 third-party carriers to provide scalable capacity and reliable, customized service... More

Mission: Roadrunner Transportation Systems is committed to providing flexible and responsive supply-chain solutions throughout the United States and Canada. We are dedicated to a... More

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