Coyote Logistics

Coyote Logistics

Remote, US
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Company description

Coyote Logistics is a leading global third-party logistics provider that matches more than 10,000 shipments every day. Founded in 2006, Coyote was created with one goal in mind: create a better service experience in the transportation industry. Our commitment to providing visibility and reliability to our customers separated us from other providers, raising industry standards for both service metrics and customer satisfaction.

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Average rating: 3.67
No perfect workplace. Overall not a bad place to work.
Status: Employed
Management, members of your team, and the company culture are very positive, supportive, and patient. Dress code is casual-jeans, t-shirts, hoodies, and baseball caps-no inappropriate tight or revealing clothing. The workplace is beautiful, also. Limited/Regulated time to work from home during Covid-19. Lots of food provided by the company. Margarita and beer end of day on Fridays.There is the ability to make a lot of money with the salary and uncapped commission. Although, you have to build your book of business, book enough loads, and deal with the down sides of the trucking business to eventually earn commission. You are expected to book more loads the longer you are there-showing growth.Great equipment provided for you to work from home and work-laptops and monitors.The medical benefits could be better. I have a pre-existing condition that involves immune suppresants, specialists, and labs. The in-network deductible is high, approx $1500, and the prescription drug benefits are high, also. The medical benefits will have a high out of pocket cost. Seemingly, they are meant for a "well" person. I did opt in for the vision and dental. Training is only an introduction. The technology is very difficult to learn, because there are infinite amounts of detail. A person needs to get out on the floor to learn the ins-and-outs of the technology. People are very helpful and want you to succeed.I do not like the 10 hour workday from 7am-5pm. Although, if you book certain loads you can leave early. Additionally, you are required to work three Saturdays a quarter - more...
Pros
Decent Salary, Uncapped Commission, Supportive Staff, Up to Date Equipment, Beautiful/Modern Workplace, Updated Technology, Lots of Free Food, Beer/Margarita Fridays
Cons
Long workday, Not the greatest medical benefits, Difficult technology to adapt to, Dealing with rude, uncooperative carriers.
Posted on: August 27, 2022
New but so far, so good
Status: Employed
New to the company so still getting acclimated to the culture. So far in my role I feel properly compensated. Have work/life balance. And believe there are opportunities for growth and advancement.
Pros
Cross-functional support
Cons
Unknown at this time
Posted on: August 27, 2022
not terrible, but refuse to improve
Status: Employed
The company is alright, but work life balance is pretty bad. especially after moving to wfh. managers don't pay attention to suggestions and are surprised when performance is bad. But at least there's free cake once a month, and free beer on Fridays, kind of a frat company honestly
Posted on: August 27, 2022
Fun workplace!
Status: Previously employed
This is a great job right out of college. It is high stress, but that comes with the industry. If you work hard and take the time to learn the ins and outs, management will be extremely supportive and flexible. There is a huge opportunity to make a lot of money, you just need to be willing to put in the work. It is not a job for people scared of picking up the phone and managing a high stress environment. If you want to do well, you need to be willing to sacrifice some personal time and energy, but that comes with any sales job. The culture is unmatched, everyone who works there is a ton of fun.
Pros
Culture, huge potential to make money.
Cons
Long hours- lack of work life balance.
Posted on: August 27, 2022
Long hours
Status: Previously employed
Long hours, low base salary. You are expected to work 4 weekends each quarter. Really high turnover rate. Management doesn't listen to sales reps. You burn out quickly
Pros
Hybrid work
Cons
Long hours, Low pay
Posted on: August 27, 2022
Good Entry Level Experience
Status: Previously employed
Great experience right out of college, but not much room for advancement. The commission structure makes it hard to weigh out the 50-hour work week and the stress that comes with it.
Posted on: August 27, 2022

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