PeriShip Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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PeriShip is a logistics provider for the perishable food industry. It was founded in 2001 and is based in Branford, Connecticut. The company exclusively uses FedEx for transportation.

A current Customer Service Account Manager from Branford, CT claims for a review published by INDEED that PeriShip is a Terrible Place to Work! He/ she added: Nepotism is it’s finest! Terrible job and terrible people. This is simply a glorified telemarketing job with no potential of going anywhere. Stay away at all costs!!!

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Customer Service Account Manager (Current Employee) says

"Nepotism are it’s finest! Terrible job and terrible people. This is simply a glorified telemarketing job with no potential of going anywhere. Stay away at all costs!!! NothingEverything in this company"

Client Resolution Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I would never recommend anyone to work at PeriShip unless you enjoy feeling isolated and belittled. The owner is a great man but the people that he employs do not have the same value that he has in the company. There was plenty of unfair treatment while I was employed there and it was a very discriminatory environment. If you arent family or know the family personally you aren't treated the same. If they don't care much about you they throw you into the upstairs call center to do the bottom feeder work making outbound calls all day and being yelled at.free lunch, bonuses during busy seasondiscriminating, nepotism"

Technology Intern (Former Employee) says

"I would avoid this company at all cost. Terrible organization and management. No organization in roles and zero training. You’re on your own and expected to go above and beyond with no direction or purpose of what was assigned to you. The only thing I learned here at my time is what company I do not want to work for. Especially if you work in technology."