I have worked for XPO since March of 2018. When change needs to happen, I feel it takes to long, because to many individuals want to be involved, and it slows things down. The purpose of On-Site Technicians means they should be able to fix ANYTHING on site, meaning having access to use the tools so their site never really sees any downtime, but having to reach out to bill, joe and bob because we don't have the right access to use this and that server isn't good because it puts a hold on us looking good and fixing issues right then and there. I get we don't know everything, but if taught I am sure operations would run a lot smoother. I say, give us the rope and let us hang ourselves before you hang us because you have the power too.
Expectations set at higher standard than human related. Suppose to be paperless but boat load of paper. HR is very unprofessional in abilities as professionalism. They don't add the software programs to your site to your job efficiently and you are only as good as your trainer trains you!!!! I rate this place as a 0!!!! They also call you at home on your off time.
I worked at XPO Logistics and I found the company very innovated. The building's robotics automation department really gave me a stepping stone experience in the future of material handling. The fast pace automation also sharpened my sense of urgency skill set to be able to forward think under pressure. XPO Logistics is great company that I would recommend to all.