At Ryder, it is our job as a leader in transportation and logistics to plan for challenges and disruption to our customers’ supply chains. It is what you trust us to do. Today, coronavirus (COVID-19) is at the top of that list. As the situation continues to evolve, we are monitoring its development and potential impact to your business and supply chain.
First and foremost, the safety of our customers, employees, consumers, and communities is our number one priority.
According to the CDC, the transportation and logistics industry may be particularly affected by the coronavirus. If disruptions in the supply chain occur, we will work with you to identify alternate transportation modes and routes, utilize additional truck capacity, provide dedicated fleets and drivers, as well as locate additional warehouse space and the labor to support operations as needed.
Our locations are open and operational. And, we have put in place precautionary measures to mitigate the risks associated with coronavirus. We’re working closely with our safety and field managers to take extra precautions, including the implementation of CDC guidelines on cleaning of common areas. We’re also implementing new policies to make it easier for affected employees to stay home and care for themselves or sick family members.
For the latest updates to the actions Ryder is taking on coronavirus (COVID-19), click the link below.Coronavirus Updates
We will continue to monitor this serious and fluid situation. We will update you on any plans or changes as new information is made available. Most of all, we will continue to work with you to ensure all your transportation and logistics needs are met.
Thank you for trusting Ryder.
Robert E. Sanchez
Chairman & CEO
Our professionals in Human Resources take care of our most valued asset: our employees. Which is why we do everything we can to maintain a positive, supportive working environment while giving them the tools, responsibility, and opportunities necessary to grow their careers.
Human Resource Coordinator
Our human resource coordinators are responsible for managing an assigned group of employees. Beyond coordinating all orientation, onboarding, and employee training, they’re responsible for keeping track of all employee files and assisting coworkers with any questions or concerns. To fill this position, we’re looking for an organized, detail-oriented candidate with education or direct experience in HR.
Human Resources Generalist
As a generalist, you’ll handle the full range of HR functions, such as recruiting, training, maintaining employee relations, and managing performance. If you’re a friendly and outgoing relationship builder with over 3 years of experience as an HR generalist, we want to hear from you.
Field HR Manager
Our field managers handle the full range of HR support for around 1,000 employees across 80 locations. This is an exciting opportunity for work that’s constantly changing as you manage different people and locations. We’re looking for someone who is available to travel for about half of their projects, has experience supporting more than three locations with 300 employees or more, is skilled at building relationships among potential business partners, and has at least five years of progressive direct HR experience.
The recruiting team sources, screens, presents candidates to hiring managers. Recruiters determine the best approach to fill assigned positions and work closely will HR and business partners to hire quality talent for Ryder. Recruiters promote Ryder as an employer of choice. If you are an experienced recruiter and an innovative thinker with strong customer service and systems skills we want to hear from you.