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Updated Sept 21, 2023

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    1. 5.0
      Dec 20, 2022
      Logistics Account Manager
      Current Employee, more than 8 years
      Fort Myers, FL
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      I can't imagine working for a better company. The work that you do is meaningful. The people you work with end up becoming your best friends. The culture is fun and encouraging. You have the cell phone number of every manager in the company, and they are available 24/7. Scotlynn opened its doors as a shelter for its employees during hurricane Irma. Provided food, sleeping arrangements, and child care for weeks, all for 100% FREE!!


      Was I told the new HQ would have a rooftop bar? Where da bar at?

      1. 1.0
        Jun 26, 2021
        Logistics Account Manager
        Former Employee, more than 3 years
        Tampa, FL
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        Work is a party atmosphere and you get a base salary while you are trying to earn commissions


        This company is a joke. They pay you a base salary under $40k a year and tell you there is unlimited earning potential and you can make a quarter million or half million dollars a year LMAO you will be lucky if you ever make $100k/year only a few top earners make that. Almost everyone that works here is pretentious, also a lot of liars and narcissists working here. Tons of frat boy partying millennials that rent apartments and lease cars they can't afford and go into debt trying to act rich. The truth is you can make more money bartending then working at this crappy sales job but everyone that works here wants others to think they are rich and making a lot of money. This is logistics sales, if it was easy to make a few hundred thousand a year you would have doctors and professionals lining up at the door to work here. Almost all the 5 star reviews here are exaggerated or lies and they are being told by management/HR to leave these glowing reviews. I feel sorry for you if this is the best job you've ever had lol Also, I wonder why HR feels the need to reply and discredit any person trying to expose the truth and leave a negative review, that should be your first red flag about this company. The work life balance sucks they expect you to be on call 24/7 and put in 60+ hours a week. The guy that called this a 'shady lying company' is spot on with his review.

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