Mission: To set the standard for excellence in global logistics through total commitment to quality in people and customer service, with superior financial results.
I worked at Expeditors full-time (More than 3 years)
Benefits are good, for now. Pay is decent. Most peers are decent people to work with.
Too much favoritism. Way too many family members working with and for each other. If you're not in the clique, or hired direct as a manager, you're probably not going to do well.
Advice to Management
Treat the lower employees better. Give bonuses, raises and even a simple pat on the back once in a while.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Expeditors (Los Angeles, CA) in August 2017.
I am fairly new in the US and this is my first job interview, so imagine how erratic my nerves are. There were 2 interviewers and we went through with my resume first, then the result of my assessment skills followed by a few casual questions about my experiences here in the US. Interview lasted about 20 mins. After the interview, I called my recruiter to report. After I hang up, for about 5 mins (and I haven't left the building yet), my recruiter called me and said they are offering me the job.