Logistics careers are “driving satisfaction”
- 15th Annual Salary Survey conducted by DC Velocity
- ELITE achieved 453% employee growth in 2017, with an industry leading 88% retention rate
Summary of the article from DC Velocity
The workdays can be long and the technology a bit behind the times, but logistics and supply chain management is still a satisfying career, said respondents to our 15th annual Salary Survey.
We couldn’t agree more – every employee at ELITE is in the logistics business because we each love it! The fact that no two days are the same is invigorating. ELITE achieved 453% employee growth in 2017, with an industry leading 88% retention rate.
The impact of high-quality freight management in the lives of every American is motivational. The opportunity to lead long-needed change within the industry using razors-edge technology is challenging. ELITE is committed to providing every team member with all of these unique professional experiences, offering infinite personal growth potential, while also cultivating a company culture that is so electrifying that you may have to see it to believe it. #logisticscareers
Of the 189 logistics professional who completed the DC Velocity questionnaire, 90 percent would recommend the profession to someone entering the job marking.
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Elite Transit Solution (ELITE), a premier provider of logistics and freight management services in the U.S. commercial transportation industry, has received multiple honors from Auburn University’s 2018 Harbert College of Business Top Tiger Awards.