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Review averages

  • 2 employees say

    Excellent (0)
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    Good (1)
    50%
    Satisfactory (0)
    0%
    Subpar (1)
    50%
    2.47
  • 0 applicants say

    Excellent (0)
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    Good (0)
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    Satisfactory (0)
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Reviews for Aim National Lease

Reviews - What employees say

2.47 Employees say
0.00 Applicants say
  • 07.Dec 2015
  • Employee

Lacken

1.50

Suggestions for improvement

  • Get some reel management.

What I like about the company

Can't remember.

What I dislike about the company

Tell you what you want to hear.

Company Culture
1.00
Support from management
1.00
Teamwork
2.00
Freedom to work independently
1.00
Internal Communication
1.00
Gender Equality
1.00
Attitude towards older colleagues
1.00
Career Development
1.00
Overall compensation for your work
1.00
Office / Work Environment
1.00
Environmental Friendliness
2.00
Work-Life Balance
2.00
Company Image
2.00
Job Security
1.00
Handicapped Accessibility
1.00
Workplace Safety
2.00
Challenging Work
5.00
Inclusive / Diverse
1.00

The following benefits were offered to me

Paid time off is offered
  • Company
    Aim National Lease
  • City
    Pittsburgh, PA
  • Are you a Current or Former Employee?
    Current employee
  • Position
    Others
  • Department
    Others

The following perks were offered to me

Health and wellness programs is offered
  • 12.Nov 2015
  • Employee

Support from management

Morning supervisor was vry knowledgeable,however afternoon dispatcher and regional manager didnt have a clue on how the trucking industry worked. Routing was horrible had to hold the dispatchers hand to get the routes set up correctly, even though you had the same routes week in and week out, the dispatcher didnt know which route you did.

Teamwork

I loved working with the group of guys we had at the account that i worked at. It was like a family atmosphere. All the drivers helped each other out all you had to do was ask if you were not sure of a stop and they would point you in the right direction

Freedom to work independently

The work load was fairly distributed those that worked hard got leaned on a little more and the lazier guys got less work. You had the ability to change your route around to run it more efficiently.

Internal Communication

Communication was poor between departments the right jand didnt know what the left had was doing. In other words you would communicate to the shop of a broken piece of equiptment and it would come back worse than it was before it was sent out. The afternoon supervisor wouldnt communicate issues to the morning supervisor and the drivers would have to fill in the blanks.

Office / Work Environment

Working conditions were as every food service pick up and delivery and local driver would expect. The conditions of the day were the condition that you worked in, for example rain hail sleet or snow, extreme heat to extreme cold.

Work-Life Balance

Work hours varied, if you got done with your routes fast you worked less hours and in theory mademore money since it was commission base pay. Time spent with your f.ily was generally every night and every weekend unless there was a holiday during the week then you worked the saturday before or the saturday after.

Job Security

It is a very unstable job. You are working as a contractor for different accounts that dont have their own drivers. If the company loses the lease contract or the contracting company folds or sells out there is a high possibility that you will not have a job.

Workplace Safety

They are real big on safety. If you are an unsafe driver aim is not the company for you. If there is an accident that you are involved in its like playing 20 quesrions. On top of making a detailed report, drug screen, which is federally mandated, you also have to have a ride along with a safety manager to reasses your driving. If you have an on the job injury after you are cleared to return to full duty you also will have a safety ride along to address anything you may want to change with preforming your daily duties.

Challenging Work

Emptying your truck everyday left you feeling good about yourself with the ammount of work thatwas on the truck on any given day.

Suggestions for improvement

  • Bettercommunication.

What I like about the company

Friendly working enviroment, if you work hard you would be rewarded for it.

What I dislike about the company

Poor communication between management and its employees

Support from management
4.00
Teamwork
5.00
Freedom to work independently
3.00
Internal Communication
1.00
Office / Work Environment
3.00
Work-Life Balance
4.00
Job Security
1.00
Workplace Safety
5.00
Challenging Work
5.00

The following benefits were offered to me

Flex. working hours is offered Parking is offered 401(k) is offered Tuition assistance is offered 401(k) Match is offered Paid time off is offered Healthcare (including vision and dental) is offered Life insurance is offered
  • Company
    Aim National Lease
  • City
    Pittsburgh, PA
  • Are you a Current or Former Employee?
    Former job since 2015
  • Position
    Others
  • Department
    Others

The following perks were offered to me

Health and wellness programs is offered Employee discounts is offered

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Review averages

  • 2 employees say

    Excellent (0)
    0%
    Good (1)
    50%
    Satisfactory (0)
    0%
    Subpar (1)
    50%
    2.47
  • 0 applicants say

    Excellent (0)
    0%
    Good (0)
    0%
    Satisfactory (0)
    0%
    Subpar (0)
    0%
    0.00

kununu score comparisons

Aim National Lease
2.47
2 reviews

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3.02
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3.30
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