Echo Global Logistics

www.echo.com

Echo Global Logistics Jobs & Careers


Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
30+ days ago

Data Team Manager

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Data Operations • Manage a team of data engineers who support data operations including OLTP systems, reporting… Echo Global Logistics


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Contributes to technical design, including high-level conceptual diagram, ERD, service contracts… Echo Global Logistics


30+ days ago

Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Understands and collaborates with senior engineers to adhere to solution designs Principal… Echo Global Logistics


26 days ago

Account Executive - Managed National Accounts

Echo Global Logistics Yorba Linda, CA

Echo is seeking an Account Executive who can skillfully provide solutions, creatively solve problems, and constantly maintain contact and advocacy… Echo Global Logistics


17 days ago

Client Sales Representative (Portland

Echo Global Logistics Clackamas, OR

• Ensure world class customer service by understanding and exceeding customer expectations • Work to fully develop assigned… Echo Global Logistics


30+ days ago

Client Sales Representative

Echo Global Logistics West Sacramento, CA +3 locations

Become a part of the growing sales team at an industry recognized provider for third party logistics in the transportation industry. At Echo Global… Echo Global Logistics


28 days ago

Principal Software Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Owns technical design, including high-level conceptual diagram, ERD, service contracts, etc… Echo Global Logistics


14 days ago

Senior Data Engineer

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Essential Position Functions Principal Accountability | Technical Planning • Contribute to design and development of… Echo Global Logistics


1 day ago

Entry Level Sales - Client Sales Representative – new

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL +4 locations

Echo is seeking full-time Client Sales Representatives who are outgoing, energetic, and self-motivated to join our growing sales team in the Chicago… Echo Global Logistics


7 days ago

Development Manager -Agile Team

Echo Global Logistics Chicago, IL

Principal Accountability | Process Management • Facilitate agile rituals (planning, stand-ups, backlog grooms, reviews and retrospectives… Echo Global Logistics


Echo Global Logistics Photos

Echo Global Logistics Reviews

150 Reviews
3.3
150 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
Echo Global Logistics CEO and Director Doug Waggoner
Doug Waggoner
106 Ratings
  • 4 people found this helpful  

    Echo Scottsdale: Poor leadership, low morale, & zero advancement opportunity

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - National Account Manager in Scottsdale, AZ (US)
    Former Employee - National Account Manager in Scottsdale, AZ (US)

    I worked at Echo Global Logistics full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    There are opportunities for travel at times which can be fun. The 401K is appreciated, although the match is pretty minimal. Can be a good first job to transition you into a 'real job' because of its decent location in Old Town, lack of a dress code, and younger average age.

    I'm sure (I hope) the corporate office is a much more professional environment that truly has their employee's best interests at heart as well as the shareholders and customers, however, that is unfortunately not the case in Scottsdale.

    Cons

    I want to start by saying, heed this warning if considering employment. Management will try and get you to dismiss it as a 'disgruntled ex-employee' but, again, not the case.

    I have seen more quality employees leave this office specifically due to the middle/senior management and lack of true leadership than in my time with any other company. Management makes promises that turn out to be blatant lies and barely even attempt to hide it. This includes but is not limited to the following; running sales spiffs that never pay out, promising reps to 'just keep doing what you're doing and we will take care of you', phantom team bonuses at manager's discretion that are kept as dangling carrots and dispersed (or not dispersed) without explanation.

    They fully expect 10 hour days from all of their reps. Employees will literally sit there staring at each other hoping one of the others will leave first to earn the wrath of the managers well past their actual shift is done, honestly, I am not even sure if that is legal.

    There are a few lucky sales reps (about 2-3 to be exact) that found their success years ago and the entire rest of the office revolves around making those few reps large amounts of money while no one else sees a dime of it. If you were not one of those first few reps - you will likely not find success financially at this branch.

    As far as upward mobility, good luck. You are essentially isolated across the country from the corporate office with a small office of support staff. The best you can even hope to become is a low-level supervisor role with no authority to make impactful decisions. Only other option is to move across the country to Chicago to find alternatives at the corporate office, however, they do not offer any moving stipend to help.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Adding a 'Senior' in front of your existing title while maintaining the same daily functions is NOT a promotion.

    A $30K base salary is not competitive within the industry, restructure your commission plan because currently it is nearly impossible for a rep to even earn a dime of commission within their first year of employment without hitting the lottery.

    Stop telling your employees that 'the grass is never greener on the other side.' Focus on fixing your broken management style and extremely low employee morale rather than trying to trash the reputation of employees that leave and the companies that they move on to - People see right through it and it only sheds more light on your lack of solutions.​

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

Work at Echo Global Logistics? Share Your Experiences

Echo Global Logistics

 
Click to Rate
or