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I worked at FreightPros full-time (More than a year)
Four years out of college and a handful of jobs under my belt, FreightPros was definitely the best company I had ever worked for. The main reason was because of the people: you are a part of team where everybody has your back and supports you. You are able to ask questions (no matter how long you've been there) and ask for help if needed. The managers will challenge you and celebrate your achievements.
Being in an unpredictable and stressful industry such as freight can be demanding and bit overwhelming at times, but it's easy to want to come into work and work hard when you have supportive coworkers and managers. Oh, and Taco Fridays and happy hours don't hurt either :)
As I mentioned, the freight industry is rather stressful. Problem solving in an office and dealing with things out of your control can be overwhelming. Also, being on the phone the majority of your day can be pretty exhausting. But pros definitely outweigh the cons working for this company. You will be a successful being part of the team at FreightPros if you can keep a positive attitude and ask for help from your coworkers if it ever does become too much.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at FreightPros (Austin, TX) in September 2016.
I applied online and in a few days the recruiter contacted me and we found a time to speak on the phone. She asked me questions like, "How does your experience relate to this job?" and "When was a time you dealt with a difficult customer?" She said she was going to send me an assessment that consisted of math and short answer questions. I completed that in a day or two then e-mailed to tell her I was finished and thanked her for all of her help during the process. A week later I called her twice to see if there were any updates and she never answered. I also e-mailed her and I never got a reply. Obviously I didn't get the job but for her to not even answer my calls or e-mails is very unprofessional and downright rude.
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