Hoyer Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 19 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
- HeadquartersWalsrode, GM
The international logistics company HOYER is one of the worldwide market leaders in moving liquids by road, rail and sea. Wherever they may go, HOYER will get chemicals, foodstuffs, gas and mineral oil to their destinations safely and efficiently in tank containers, road tankers, flexitanks and IBCs. HOYER also has numerous logistics facilities with depots, cleaning stations and workshops. More than 115 representative offices throughout the world ensure a reliable and smooth transport process.
The family company, HOYER, has been in existence for over seventy years. Profit-oriented business administration taking the concerns of the environment and staff into account has been and still is the core element of our management philosophy - the philosophy that has made HOYER so successful and has led to its current size.
Salary estimated from 87 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
hoyer teaches health and safety but dosnt practice it ,managers always blame drivers for every little thing,job times are rediculous and they cause drivers to rush and cut corners,meal breaks not paid ,
Procedurally-driven position. Procedure is everything, and with good reason. Daily work is handled by planners and call centre operatives at head office. The quality of these people and their work varies. Mostly, it's fine, but when it's not, it's really not. Local management is excellent, a haven of humanity, when ultimately we're all just numbers in a large, multi-national company.
No work/life balance. Pay is low for the responsibility that is required, compared to what the industry used to be 10 years ago. Logistics companies like Hoyer are in a race to the bottom in the sole purpose of gaining contracts.
The biggest problem I had initially with Hoyer was getting payed correctly, mainly due to a new PayRoll system implemented-called iTrent. Plus the fact that I am part time which is a new contract. The Depot Manager and Secretary are great, but their hands are tied as regards communication with head office and it takes so long to sort everything out!!! Saying that, I've been there 7 months now and have settled into the job very well. It's really enjoyable and the salary is competitive. Just a pity there is a big dividing line in both of terms of contract and salary between the Core Drivers (Long Termers) and White Fleet (New Employees)
I'm on chemilog (red fleet) I find my job relatively straight Ford & stress free.the planners and management are nice & friendly & help the best they can when u need a favour, early finish, shift swap etc. The pay is ok for what I do considering I'm a day man.
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