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XPO Logistics is a leading provider of transportation and logistics services. The company has operations in 30 countries.  XPO’s highly integrated network has over 100,000 employees and 50,000 customers. The Company has two main segments: Logistics and Transportation. They are always looking for Drivers, Distribution workers and Sales Associates. If you want to become a part of the XPO team, apply for an open position and start your XPO career.


XPO offers excellent benefits to its employees including:

  • 401(k) Plan
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • AD&D Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flexible Savings Account (FSA)
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Sick Days
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Military Leave

We currently have 47 open positions across 45 locations spread over 50 states.


Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.




More than $10B


Transport and Freight



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Frequently asked questions about XPO

How much does XPO Logistics pay?

Salaries at XPO vary depending on the job. For instance, the average hourly pay for a Material Handler is $13, $15 for a Dispatcher, $16 for a Customer Service Representative, while a Dock Worker makes $18 an hour.

What does XPO pay their drivers?

According to available salary data, a Truck Driver at XPO Logistics makes $27 an hour on average.

Does XPO hire new drivers?

In order to get hired as a Driver at XPO, you have to successfully pass driver training. The training is 12 weeks long and is tuition free. The professional Class A CDL training consists of classroom education and practical experience. After graduating, you need to pass the state licensing exam and a physical functions test. After that you will be promoted to full time.

Does XPO Logistics drug test?

Yes, XPO does drug test job applicants pre-employment. They mostly use urine drug tests. After that, XPO has the right to randomly drug test their employees. They will also do a drug test in case of a workplace injury.

Does XPO pay weekly?

XPO employees get paid weekly. It should be noted that XPO holds the first paycheck. According to XPO employees, the payday is usually Tuesday.

How do I apply for a job at XPO?

To apply for a job at XPO, check out a job of interest. Once you’ve found one, press the “Apply Now” button next to open positions or click the “See more jobs” button to see similar positions near you. You can search by location, market type, work type or keyword. After that, just follow further instructions.

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XPO awards and recognitions

Some of the company awards and recognitions include: 



  • World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune Magazine


  • #3 Best Places To Work in the UK, Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award
  • #186 on Fortune 500, Fortune 500


  • America’s Best Employers, Forbes Magazine

XPO cares

At XPO, we take pride in having a culture that welcomes women, people of color, LGBT individuals and those who are differently abled. In this way, we create respectful workplaces with a diversity of talents and perspectives. Together with our employees, we’re moving forward on gender equity through progressive workplace initiatives, active recruiting of women in all roles and internal promotions

XPO reviews



Rating - Job Title




Michigan - March 4, 2020

Great Company, Great People, Great Benefits

I've worked here over a year. If you are interested in an exciting, growing and innovative company and willing to do your part to win as a team, XPO Less-Than-Truckload is for you! Very competitive hourly and salaried compensation and benefits. Many dockworkers have advanced their careers and moved up into freight supervisor and even district manager roles. New training programs have rolled out to help new employees succeed in their roles. CEO caring about employees - often engages with employees and acts on employee feedback to continue enhancing and growing the organization.


warehouse worker

Ontario, CA - March 5, 2020

productive ,always was busy and fast paced and lots of overtime

I was a heat presser there and it was enjoyable there ,nice people and learn a lot of different things there, the hardest part was when it was backed up , but also they cared about there customers and workers very much


Dispatcher/Customer Service

Windsor, CT - March 5, 2020

Entertaining workplace with lots of recognition for jobs well done

This is one of the most balanced jobs when it comes to feeling support by the staff, the management, and the company. You can expect to find a lot of communication as emails are frequent and necessary in this business. There are obstacles and difficulties like in every job, but the difference is the management team is always willing to support. You will get set up for success and be acknowledged and praised for being able to move forward positively.


Inside Sales

Ann Arbor, MI - March 4, 2020

Nice place to work.

The people I work with are very nice and helpful. Our department works hard to bring on and take care of our customers. Management has in open door policy which is good. Easy to speak with. Training in some areas could be better.


Account Executive

Tempe, AZ - March 4, 2020

It was OK

OK place to work. The training was not adequate enough. There were certain numbers that had to be met or they would not work with you. I enjoyed those that I worked with.


IT Support Specialist

Portland, OR - March 4, 2020

Butt's in Seats

there is a bit of a dated warm butts in seats mentality that can result in good talent moving out quickly and seat warmers hanging out too long .........


Carrier Representative

Louisville, KY - March 3, 2020

young environment

At times it was a pretty toxic place to work but good money could be made.It would get hectic at times. Everyone had to take care of their numbers and that meant doing (legally) all you could to make that happen.


Truck Driver

Rockford, IL - March 3, 2020

Most employes are team players to get a job done.

A typical day at work is always busy and different each day. Co worker are always willing to help and make suggestions to complete a work task. Management is has an open door policy. Any employee can make suggestions for change or make a complaint without fear of pay back. The benefits are great. Health insurance and is very good. The overall rating is very good.


Warehouse worker

Itasca, IL - March 2, 2020

It was good

Workers there were nice except one besides that it was nice. The job hours were flexible and the manager was helpful. The job was very body demanding.


Account Executive

Tennessee - March 2, 2020

Hard to get going

Hierarchy of where any promising accounts/customers would go. Difficult for newer AE's to get any sort of traction unless handed accounts which were all small and handed to you for a reason. XPO AE's in different branches turn out to be your biggest competition, not other 3PLs.



House of Fraser - March 2, 2020

Good place to work

Good place to work. Nice people. Nice management. Good canteen. Extra payments for additional hours. Good shifts paterns. Really recommend for others .


Xpo logistics

Fort Worth, TX - March 2, 2020


XPO was great I learned alot while working for them. Started off as a packer and was moved up the ladder to inventory and audits. Great work hours and friendly people.


Lead mechanic

Lordstown, OH - March 2, 2020

very good fleet

Xpo is a very good place to work. Pay is higher than most places around and the benefits packages are outstanding. They maintain their equipment very well and take care of the employees.



Dayton, OH - March 1, 2020

Feels like xpo is downsizing the company

I do not understand the direction of the company....there use to be better communication to the drivers....feels like there are priming this company for sale....can never get drivers to work for us...revolving door....huge disparity in what drivers with 10 plus years makes to older drivers....runs are to short....the entire company is a hog board....


Warehouse Worker

Redlands, CA - March 1, 2020

Very Poor Communication

Very Poor Communication between management and the entire labor force. Many ideas brought up from the workers are usually ignored. There is no upward mobility at all, all management positions are usually filled from outside.


Certified Forklift Operator

Richmond, VA - February 29, 2020

Forklift operator

Xpo , it is a good job to work for with good benefits . There are nice co workers , and bosses who are there to help you. However , I need more money .


CDL Class A Driver

Hutchins, TX - February 28, 2020

Is a good company

Is a good company to work for but they hire too many owner operators and that leaves the other drivers short of work, instead they should keep the drivers that they already have happy and with more loads that way


Kit Assembler

Hanahan, SC - February 27, 2020

Pretty decent

Job is consistent it's a pretty good place to work. Hard workers always meet goals. Company always provides a function involving employees Brothers activities special days recognition.


Administrative Clerk

Easton, PA - February 26, 2020

Team work

Customer's satisfaction and employers safety are first. Hard work, bonuses, and extra hours are are available during high sells. Cultural diversity is a clear characteristic in the environment.


Delivery Driver

Richmond indiana - February 26, 2020

Poor mangment

I would still be working there but management is very poor !!he has no idea what happening or how to load the truck's. That's why we have to be there so late!!


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